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Resources for Legislators

​​​​A community association is a quasi-governmental group of a geographically delineated community that is governed by homeowner volunteers and or professional managers.​​ In America, 69 million people live in community associations (homeowner associations, condominiums, and housing cooperatives). 

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Read Research and Factsheets:​​

  • State Laws and Resources - For most states, resources include a state facts & figures infographic and state summary by the Foundation for Community Association Research.​
  • Home Sweet HOA  - Provides information on homeowner satisfaction, government regulation, disagreement resolution, and why community associations work.
  • Summary of key association data and information - Provides information on community association demographics and data for financial planning.
  • Principles for community association success - Answers questions about homeowners and board members rights and responsibilities in addition to governance and ethics within community associations.

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