A homeowners’ association (HOA) is an unincorporated nonprofit association consisting of property owners living in a specific condominium building or residential neighborhood. Generally, the goal of a homeowners’ association is to ensure common areas are well maintained, and certain use and building restrictions are enforced.
Homeowners’ associations, which are usually unincorporated nonprofits, are supposed to ensure the peaceful co-existence of neighbors within the community. Often disagreements happen between neighbors, but that doesn’t impact the HOA. HOA disputes relate to things that the homeowners’ association decides directly. These disagreements may involve short- or long-term conflicts that can affect the entirety of the HOA community.
Sometimes issues arise between residents and their HOA that require legal action to resolve. Often such disputes become contentious. Consulting with an attorney at Calabrese Law Associates can help you address the problem swiftly, which is critical since you continue to live by the HOA’s regulations during your disagreement.