Your homeowners’ association may be managed by a management company, which handles many of the day-to-day responsibilities. If necessary, your management company may need to obtain the help/guidance of the homeowners’ association’s legal counsel to provide legal opinions, collect past due assessments, amend/revise the Association’s governing documents, etc.
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A homeowners’ association has a set of governing documents, starting with an Association’s Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. For a lack of a better way to describe it, the Declaration is like the U.S. Constitution and governs what a homeowner may, may not, or must do with his/her property located within a homeowners’ association. […]
These are monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annual payments made by the homeowners to the homeowners’ association to pay for association expenses.
A Homeowners’ Association (commonly referred to as HOA) is a corporation (typically not-for-profit) responsible for the operation of a community in which the voting interest is made up of the owners of the homes within the community.
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