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Old 07-02-2018, 02:26 PM
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Originally Posted by CapitalBat View Post
If a resident in that HOA wanted to sell right now, in the midst of all this litigation, would they be able to?
They could sell, but likely for a cash only deal as mortgage companies may not be willing to finance while the lawsuit is ongoing.
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Old 07-07-2018, 04:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Pyewackette View Post
Ignore such incidents at your peril. This is just another reason why HOAs are not only useless baggage, but actually financially dangerous to their residents. There is not a single thing any HOA provides (that isn't also morally reprehensible, such as keeping the "riff-raff" out where "riff-raff" is defined as anybody you happen to be bigoted against, and yes, lots of HOAs do their best to do just that) that isn't already provided by regular city services. That includes issues of lawn maintenance.

HOAs should be outlawed. They serve no useful function.
How would condos operate without one?
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