Sunday, May 15, 2016

Legislators learn about HOA complaints in series of hearings

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - A series of hearings is allowing state legislators to see the conflicts between homeowners and homeowner associations.
Jim Lane was one of the speakers in Raleigh last month. Lane almost lost his home to foreclosure after a $100 fine escalated to nearly $10,000 for planting flowers in a common area and not getting approval from his HOA.
"Don't get me wrong some HOAs are terrific..but it's dependent on the people there," Lane said.

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By From page C2 | May 14, 2016
Q: I live in an upscale housing development in Fairfield. We have a lengthy set of CC&Rs and a homeowners association that enforces them. We also have an architectural review committee that has to approve any major changes you make to your property. I want to build a small room onto the side of my house to use as an office. The city’s building department has approved it but the architectural review committee keeps refusing to give its consent. I’ve submitted modified plans and drawings four different times and each time they deny my application. What can I do? What if I just start building anyway? What can they do?

Its Official: According to Zogby report, Associations, Board Members and Community Managers Earn New Clothes

Updated 5/8/2016 at 4:20 PM with Force Field (Boxing) picture

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Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – “According to a national survey conducted in March by Zogby Analytics for theFoundation for Community Association Research, Americans who live in homeowners associations and condominiums remain overwhelmingly satisfied with their communities, their homeowner leaders and professional managers.”  So states a press release titled National Survey Validates Community Association Success

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