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TEXAS HOA 2015 LEGISLATIVE WRAPUP FOR THE 84TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION

May 31, 2015 | No Comments

During the 84th Legislative Session, Texas Legislators worked on several HOA bills that will affect homeowners living in homeowners’ and property owners’ association communities. Following are the results of what happened to those bills we followed for homeowners:   HB 1335 … We were AGAINST this proposed bill. The author is Rep. Roland Gutierrez (District […]

SENIOR CITIZENS, BEWARE OF “REVERSE MORTGAGES”

October 17, 2012 | No Comments

  The National Homeowners Advocate Group is asking all senior citizens to be cautious if  approached by anyone calling, sending literature, stopping by their house or any form of communication pertaining to attaining a “reverse mortgage”.  If you have a substantial amount of equity in your home, you may become a target by “reverse mortgage” […]

LETTER TO PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA

June 13, 2012 | No Comments

  February 23, 2009     President Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC 20500   Dear Honorable President Barack Obama:

HOA ALTERNATIVE COLLECTION METHOD INTRODUCED BY NATIONAL HOMEOWNERS ADVOCATE GROUP

June 12, 2012 | 6 Comments

Texas.   Homeowners living in HOA’s have been depicted as irresponsible individuals who feel no guilt about not paying their fair share of the community’s assessment fees and therefore cause other homeowners to have to pick up their slack.  While there may be homeowners that do not take paying assessment fees seriously until faced with the […]

LEGALIZED EXTORTION

June 12, 2012 | No Comments

The government having the most control over our lives is local government and the local government closest to the private individual and property owner is a homeowners association (HOA). This government body consisting only of a board has unchecked godlike powers that in many instances is being used to devastate the lives of individuals. (Please […]

THE LAW THAT STARTED IT ALL

June 12, 2012 | 1 Comment

              Each state has its own reason why, if any, it forecloses on its homeowners’ homesteads.  In Texas, it started with a case law in 1987 called Inwood vs. Harris 736 SW2 632 Texas 1987.       A handful of homeowners delinquent in their assessment fees were taken […]

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