Tuesday, June 07, 2016

What happens if you don't pay your HOA fees or fines: Collection of HOA videos

By Cynthia Stephens

What happens if you don't pay your HOA fees or fines:

Todd Miller

Takeaways?  Always pay your fines - argue later!

HOA Hell in Texas

HOA Gone Wrong in Arizona

Arizona - HOA board accused of misspending! UGLY! Woman gets hit at board meeting! This happens far too often! The death threats and more are terrible. All too common in HOAs in area of Pennsylvania, like Monroe County, PA. People are made homeless for asking about the associations money, books, or an inappropriate, non due, non authorized, or non voted fraudulent assessment. An extortion demand by someone who has no right to demand the monies for something that did not even exist! The groups and esp., the boards are stealing and they target innocent HOA homeowners in their scams to start lawsuits, to generate funds for lawyers and themselves to steal homes and the worst, "for the projected cost of a foreclosure." Some judges, or former judges are in on it also! Depends on the state and locale.

In this video, Board president personal use of association funds! Unbelievable! In the end, the news anchors discuss "who is paying HOA board presidents legal fees..."


Wasted Lives & Wasted Laws: Coto de Caza, an Anti-Law Enforcement HOA

Posted by CotoBlogzz Coto de Caza, CA - Wasted lives and wasted laws. Sounds like a Freddie Fender country song, but sadly, that captur...

HOA attorneys crush opposition with fees: Almador Lakeside HOA V Carson

Posted By CotoBlogzz

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – The HOA Industry represented by the Community Association Institute (CAI) recently issued the equivalent of the Tobacco Papers in its 2016 CAI Results of survey conducted by Zogby Analytics, which we refer to as the Fred Stare of the Sugar Industry.
One of the questions asked is whether homeowners are OK with the HOA using legal action for collection purposes and of course like in the case of Apple Pie, there were few who disagreed. However, as in the case of Almador Lakeside HOA V Carson, the issue is not about collections, as much as it is enforcement and intimidation: Or as we like to say, How HOA attorneys crush opposition with fees: 

Posted by CotoBlogzz Rancho Santa Margarita, CA -  if you live in a common interest development/homeowners’ association, and  have been...

In 2016 the CAI is deserving of the HOA Weasel Award for forging public opinion and engaging politicians such as California Assemblyman Ch...

Updated 5/8/2016 at 4:20 PM with Force Field (Boxing) picture Posted By CotoBlogzz Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – “According to a n...

5 Reasons You Hate Your Homeowners Association

You want the property, you sign on with an HOA and bear the consequences.
When you rent, it’s understood you’re playing by the landlord’s rules.

See Also: Homeowners Associations Are Short on Cash

But when you buy your own home, you expect to be in charge, deciding what to plant, what color to paint, where to walk the dog. Unless, that is, you live in a “common-interest community” governed by the most local form of government you can imagine -- a homeowners association (HOA).

Posted on September 26, 2015
By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Blog
In July and August, in conjunction with Association Evaluation, a group of housing advocates conducted a national online survey, to determine your level of concern about issues affecting Association-Governed Residential Communities (aka Homeowners Associations or HOAs). The response was amazing!

Most Frequent HOA Complaints?: Dues Increases and CC&R Changes – WSJ

Most Frequent HOA Complaints?: Dues Increases and CC&R Changes – WSJ

So the number of people that lived in associations and complained about them is 69/75 = 92%. This is in stark contrast to Community Association Institute's (CAI) claim that 95% of the people living in associations love them

Phil Mitchell and the Coto de Caza HOA board just invalided the 2016 Elections

Mr. Mitchell’s letter, violated the HOA's CC&Rs,  Civil Code §5135,  Civ. Code §44 and Civ. Code §45 and   Title 18, US Code Sect...

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