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Tips to Be Prepared if a Disaster Strikes Your Homeowners Association

March 5, 2021 / by HOA Manager

If you think hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes, floods or polar vortexes won’t happen to you or that you don’t need to insure against these disasters in your homeowners association, you’re among the nearly half of U.S. homeowners and renters who lack the insurance coverage to deal with potential losses, according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC).

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What to Do if Your Homeowners Association is Facing Foreclosures

February 26, 2021 / by HOA Manager

As a Board member of a homeowners association you may be faced with making decisions to foreclose on homes in your Association. This is not a pleasant task, but it is a necessary one at times. Some homeowners may challenge the entire process and you and the Board should know what you are doing and why.

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HOA Foreclosure | Judicial vs. Non-Judicial

April 29, 2013 / by HOA Manager

If your homeowners association Board is initiating an HOA foreclosure process, did you know that there are two different types of foreclosures?

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Homeowner Defenses That Could Be Used in the HOA Foreclosure Process

April 22, 2013 / by HOA Manager

As an HOA Board member you may be faced with the task of having to make the decision to foreclose on homes in your association. We’ve all been challenged by the financial climate these last few years and it is going to take some time to bounce back. Therefore, HOA foreclosures are inevitable.

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Homes in Foreclosure Provide Scam Artists New Territory

February 12, 2013 / by HOA Manager

All you have to do is drive around many homeowners association neighborhoods to see that the number of homes in foreclosure has been on the rise over the past several years. These rising foreclosure rates have led to an increase in scam artists offering to aid homeowners in financial straits. They typically promise to show you how to save your home if you have a home or homes in foreclosure, but will strip away the value of the home with no benefit for you, the homeowner.
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