EffervescingElephant: Maybe one of you Farkers with a GED in law can help me with this one - my girlfriend has a similar situation, the HOA is in the process of placing a lien on her property because of some missed payments...She is recently divorced and moved into one of her rental properties, she notified the HOA that she was moving in there, and asked them in writing to send all correspondence to the new address, that she going through a divorce and didnt want any mail going to an ex-husband.She missed a few payments and they tacked a notice on the door with the lien notice and the attorney representing them...the back payments are only a few hundred bucks, but the attorneys want over 3,500 in fees.They sent all correspondence/notices to her old address, even after being told not to...is there anything she can do to fight it?
Caffienatedjedi: For the land of the free, we certainly love forcing bullshiat rules and costs on people.Fark HOAS, ruined rural living for me. I could of had a pony!
alice_600: More I hear about HOAs the more I like my property in a small town with 15 acres.
Misconduc: I have two houses in a HOA area, I am getting a kick out of these replies to burn HOA!!! Actually if she didn't ignore her letters and calls, she would of paid the $300 and all would of been well.
hardinparamedic: What should happen to HOAs when the revolution comes:[s3.amazonaws.com image 490x315]
Mambo Bananapatch: I haven't really arrived at a position on this issue yet. However, when I do, anybody who disagrees with it is a complete idiot.
TOSViolation: If your neighbors can give you a compelling, logical reason for why you shouldn't do something on your property, the appropriate response is not, "To[sic] bad."
Mugato: Derwood: LOL at a bunch of apartment dwellers lashing out at HOA's. You pay hundreds a month to follow rules and don't even have any equity to show for itHeh, that was just sad
oldwolf49: welcome to the NEW and IMPROVED 'merica
czei: 3. The dark admins have no way of keeping track of past stories.
HindiDiscoMonster: cuzsis: you are a puppet: ReapTheChaos: I don't give a shiat what a contract says, an HOA should not be able to foreclose on any home for any reason. They can take the person to court and garnish their wages if necessary, but taking their home is simply farked up.Agreed. Place a farking lien on it you shiatbagsThis. Also, how the fark can they legally take a home worth $120,000 for $288? Seems like they owe her $119,712.../she should suethey are going to do that to the wrong person sometime and we're going to read about a mass murder of all HOA board members./no great loss.... should be an interesting thread though.
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