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  • Tennessee family battles HOA after daughter is nearly strangled

    The Meekers represent a growing number of vocal residents upset with their homeowners associations. While many HOAs still support their residents, others now harass them with narrow and odd rules. Fines for violating those rules can be heavy, leading to liens against residents and even loss of their homes.

The Meekers represent a growing number of vocal residents upset with their homeowners associations. While many HOAs still support their residents, others now harass them with narrow and odd rules. Fines for violating those rules can be heavy, leading to liens against residents and even loss of their homes. Joe Ledford and Monty Davis The Kansas City Star
The Meekers represent a growing number of vocal residents upset with their homeowners associations. While many HOAs still support their residents, others now harass them with narrow and odd rules. Fines for violating those rules can be heavy, leading to liens against residents and even loss of their homes. Joe Ledford and Monty Davis The Kansas City Star

HOAs from hell: Homes associations that once protected residents now torment them

August 03, 2016 4:57 AM

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