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Charlotte homeowners ask for HOA management company be investigated

PLEASE NOTE, COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT, LIMITED IS IN NO WAY AFFILIATED WITH CAM or Carolina Association Management listed in this news story.

 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. —

Some Charlotte homeowners asked that their homeowners association management company be investigated.

The homeowners said that they have paid dues for years when they weren’t even part of the homeowners association.

Eyewitness News found that their manager has had problems before.

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How to tell if a home is part of an HOA

Mike HunterQ: I owned a condominium and then a house that both had homeowners’ associations. Rules were not enforced, many owners were delinquent with their payments, and it was unpleasant – especially with the section where my house was. I sold both of them and am looking to buy a house that is not part of an HOA. At what point is a real estate agent, or the owner if the house is for sale by owner, required to tell me if the community has a mandatory HOA? When I am told there is none, can I ask for it in writing? Is there some way I can check on my own to verify there is no HOA before I go look at a house?

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Discussion Forum Follow-Up: Is HOA Dissolution or Receivership the Answer?

A reader writes, “The association has 1,539 homes. The development is 25 years old. The bylaws and covenants have not been updated since 1987. The developer left in 1999. There are warring factions–ones that want the HOA but don’t want the $35 a month dues to go up, and the other faction that wants the HOA to dissolve.

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