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  • When homes associations go bad

    Homes associations are meant to keep neighborhoods from turning shabby and to maintain property values. But when homeowners don’t follow their strictly enforced regulations, they may be fined, end up in court or even lose their homes. Here are their horror stories.

Homes associations are meant to keep neighborhoods from turning shabby and to maintain property values. But when homeowners don’t follow their strictly enforced regulations, they may be fined, end up in court or even lose their homes. Here are their horror stories. Neil Nakahodo & Kris Knowles, nnakahodo@kcstar.com, kknowles@kcstar.com
Homes associations are meant to keep neighborhoods from turning shabby and to maintain property values. But when homeowners don’t follow their strictly enforced regulations, they may be fined, end up in court or even lose their homes. Here are their horror stories. Neil Nakahodo & Kris Knowles, nnakahodo@kcstar.com, kknowles@kcstar.com

Read our special report: HOAs from hell

August 03, 2016 1:08 PM