Posted on 07 May 2012.
Henderson Properties, a real estate company with offices in Davidson and four other Charlotte area locations, is holding a Great Spring Spruce-Up Contest, offer four winners a half day each of exterior “home enhancement services” from its maintenance team. Read the full story
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Posted on 31 January 2012.
Like many newer developments, Antiquity Cornelius is governed by a homeowners association, as well as local laws. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
By CHIP DAWSON
Jim Lane once faced foreclosure on his Huntersville town home, after a dispute with his homeowners association over a flower-bed full of pansies. Now he is on a mission to change North Carolina law and limit the powers of homeowners associations (HOAs).
Mr. Lane manages a website at NCHOAlaws.org for a group called the North Carolina Coalition for Homeowner Rights. The coalition is a loose-knit group representing thousands of homeowners in HOA communities across the state. Their objective: To change what they see as the excess powers of HOA boards and management companies. The website is filled with graphic stories of HOA power run amok. Read the full story
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