The HOA Blotter: May 7, 2017

Dateline: Portland, OR - This weeks' round-up of HOA horror stories includes the case of a  22 unit,  single-building condominium in the Portland area that was forced to levy a special assessment to pay for exterior building renovations after 37 years of under-funding its reserve account. While it is true that many HOAs end up … Continue reading The HOA Blotter: May 7, 2017

Rogue Boards & The Wall of Silence

A rogue wave is a wave in the ocean that does not have the same characteristics as a normal ocean wave. Typically they are much larger than a normal wave; occur unpredictably and do not behave like a normal wave. As a result the rogue wave can wreak havoc and destruction on nearby boats and … Continue reading Rogue Boards & The Wall of Silence

Because You’re Buying More Than A Home: Part V

Admittedly, it's been a while since the HOA Detective touched on this topic, but that's not because yours truly hasn't been busy. To the contrary, the number of buyers purchasing homes in HOAs, and condominiums in particular, seems to be never-ending. In our quest help shine the light of day on the pitfalls of homeowners … Continue reading Because You’re Buying More Than A Home: Part V