Homeowner Associations: What You Should Know Before Buying in an Hoa and How to Become an Effective Hoa Member

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iUniverse, Oct 13, 2010 - Reference - 124 pages
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Everyone wants to get as many amenities as possible when buying a home, but is buying a property that requires you to join a homeowner association the best option? In some states, close to 20 percent of homes belong to homeowner associations. They enforce neighborhood standards and assume responsibilities that local government is unwilling or unable to handle. Youll learn exactly how they operate and evaluate their pros and cons in this informational guidebook written by C.J. Klug, who has been involved with homeowner associations for more than twenty-five years. Klug examines a wide range of HOA-related topics, including why HOAs were created and different HOA types; what factors to consider when deciding whether to join an HOA; what HOAs do and how they function; answers to commonly asked questions; operating guidelines for HOAs. Dont be among the buyers who fail to realize that joining a homeowner association locks you into a contractual relationship. Whether you are an investor or someone who is ready to live in a new home yourself, its imperative to understand Homeowner Associations.

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Claude John “C. J.” Klug earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from California State University at Long Beach. A licensed realtor in California and Hawaii, he has been involved in homeowner associations for more than twenty-five years, having served as an on-site manager for several large HOAs with a variety of amenities. He lives in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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