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Homeowner advocates take aim at HOA boards, management companies

Jim Phillips was prepared for many of the costs associated with selling his Aurora home in July.  What he was not expecting was a $500 “transfer fee” for HOA documents required to complete the sale of the property in the Tallyn’s Reach development.  Phillips reluctantly signed the closing documents, then disputed the charge from his HOA’s property management company. After failing to reach a resolution, he took his case to small-claims court in Arapahoe County, where he recovered much of the cost.  (By John Mossman, The Denver Post) Read more

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