Monthly Archives: October 2015

Madness in HOA Arizona

guest blog by Jill Schweitzer I’ve been taking HOA classes put on by the City for the last few years. I use to attend to learn, now I attend to see what I missed the first time around, what the … Continue reading

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Mediation and arbitration are often ploys to gather evidence in disputes

By Donie Vanitzian, JD Question: To resolve ongoing issues with my homeowner association last year, I entered into internal dispute resolution. This year, I agreed to attend mediation process over a different issue after directors led me to believe they … Continue reading

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Foreclosure Racketeering

October 17, 2015, Immokalee, Florida Marie Delva, 63, had her home foreclosed and is currently staying with neighbors. Many residents of the community have lost their homes or stand to lose them. Some have stopped paying their association fees after … Continue reading

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Hiring an HOA Management Company

guest blog by Jill Schweitzer As a Realtor in Arizona, I recently went to a class presented by an HOA property management company. The topic was the various ins and outs of HOAs hiring a management company. But as the … Continue reading

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$12 Million Award against condo association

Property Management’s Neglect of Foliage and Stop Sign Placement Causes Death of Nine Year Old Oct 07, 2015 Appeals Court Upholds $12 Million Award in Wrongful Death Lawsuit WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Oct. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — South Florida law … Continue reading

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Is your HOA or condo board run by Captain Bligh?

Reposted from the HOA Reform Coalition By Don DeBat. Don DeBat is co-author of Escaping Condo Jail, the ultimate survival guide for condominium living. For more information, visit www.escapingcondojail.com. One of the myths of condo and HOA shared-community ownership is … Continue reading

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