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HOA blames deed restrictions for delays in reconstruction following Hurricane Harvey

Meyerland Community Improvement Association seeks to amend its restrictions. But will that benefit property owners?
By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Last autumn, Hurricane Harvey hit homes in Meyerland, Texas, hard. 1,385 more words

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Anyone can sue an HOA, and it can cost homeowners millions

Lamplight Village at Centennial Springs HOA must pay $20 million awarded to Plaintiff in personal injury lawsuit involving playground equipment
By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities… 761 more words
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Poinciana HOA update: homeowners’ group gains one new seat on Master Association board

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

UPDATE:

The Ledger reports that Friends of Poinciana Villages member Victor Destremps ran unopposed in Village 5 for the 2018 election cycle. 817 more words

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Your HOA: part corporation, part police state?

Homeowners, residents question excessive power of HOAs.
By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Regular readers of IAC are familiar with my monthly “Corruption, fraud, & theft Roundup” posts. 1,897 more words

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It’s time to deregulate homeowners and restore private property rights

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Legislative sessions are in full swing across the U.S. And some states are, once again, considering bills that are intended to rein in abuse and corruption of a virtually unregulated industry: association-governed, common interest communities, more commonly known as homeowners’ associations or HOAs. 1,204 more words

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Fake deed restrictions: a new twist on the HOA scam

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Most of the time, homeowners don’t think about the deed that grants them legal rights to own and use their property. 595 more words

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