Homeowner associations have been suffering the past few years as a result of a large number of homeowners not paying their homeowners association dues. Most of these homeowners are in default on their mortgages as well. Other homeowners in their community have had to pay higher dues and assessments to make up the difference.
If you have been cited, fined, want to sue your homeowners' association or your homeowners' association has filed a lawsuit against you, then you should contact a HOA attorney. While it is unpleasant to be in a dispute with your association, it is quite common. The attorney is knowledgeable about HOA dispute matters and state la
An estoppel letter is generally a document used in the transference of a real property prior to the closing proceedings. It’s typically sent to the bank or lender of financing, to any applicable condo or homeowner association, and to the city or municipality clerk. It can also be sent to any resident
If you receive any HOA letters from your Homeowners Association, don’t ignore them. Associations send out various kinds of letters ranging from general information about upcoming meetings to citations, warnings, assessments and fines. You should read the letter or notice, and respond to it immediately