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In the United States, a homeowner association is a private ..... In some U.S. states (such as Texas) a HOA can foreclose a member's house without any judicial procedure in order to collect special ...

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Many of these types of common areas, such as pools and tennis courts, also exist in subdivisions of single family homes. Regardless of whether the HOA ...

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Homeowners associations (HOAs) are formed by planned communities with single-family homes or multiple units, such as condominiums. Membership in an  ...

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Welcome to the Homeowners Association section of FindLaw's Real Estate Center. A homeowners association (or HOA) is the governing body that makes and ...

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Real estate developers establish homeowners associations as corporations for the purpose of marketing, managing, and selling homes and lots in a residential ...

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Find out 10 tips for dealing with your HOA in this article from HowStuffWorks. ... do anything like paint your house a distasteful color or park several commercial ...

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The purchase of your home becomes a contract with the HOA. You agree that you'll obey all the HOA rules and pay regular dues and any special assessments.

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This section covers homeowners associations and the laws that regulate these ... not ensure that the HOA is taken care of after the house is his or hers legally.

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When you buy a house in a new subdivision or planned unit development, you may be subject to a host of rules and regulations.