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Johnathan D. Smith

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A neighborhood that is run by a homeowners association (HOA) should meet the needs of its residents, but many HOAs lack the resources to uphold neighborhood standards and meet community goals. When

Real Estate> Green Real Estate l 2 years ago

When a homeowners association (HOA) lacks the administrative resources to meet the needs of its community, it often requests the assistance of a homeowners association management company-a service

Real Estate> Green Real Estate l 2 years ago

There are several types of community mismanagement, but they all have the same result: the residents of a community are disappointed by its failure to uphold neighborhood standards or deliver on

Real Estate> Green Real Estate l 2 years ago

Homeowners associations (HOAs) are similar to governments: when they support community interests, the community is content, but when they mismanage its interests, it asks for change. Unlike bad

Real Estate> Green Real Estate l 2 years ago

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