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Total Control Over Homeowner’s

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Total control over homeowner’s enough is enough from manipulative rogue associations that demand dues. A non-mandatory association known as a voluntary association. They slap a lien on your property misspelling your name taking you to court or worse write ” To Whom It May Concern” for assessments due for 6 years. Everybody that has one of these liens has different amounts owned,for example the one that the rogue association dislikes and wants to get rid of has the most amount due. This rogue association uses the statutes to commence to foreclose on your property if you do not pay them, even if you are a member or not this does not make a difference.

This voluntary association states , homeowner’s invited to join expressed in their newsletters. If you do not pay, you’re on a list and suffer the wrath of this rogue association.  This rogue association is getting everyone to pay against their will, forced to pay or lose their property. Once they take you to court, they keep raising the amount they say you owe with attorney fees from a collection agency to such a huge amount that grows larger everyday. Eventually this extortion leaves the homeowner no choice but to give in and pay.

This is one persons opinion

Total Control Over Homeowner’s

“Did we know of these over-powered homeowner associations and their bozo board members? Gestapo camps without the barbed wired? I am surprised they didn’t build gas chambers inside the communities to get rid of all of us who want our rights back.”

      The above is an excerpt from Homeowners Supporting Homeowners in Associations, as found in the American Homeowners Resource Center (AHRC) article, “Beware The Associations”(www.ahrc.com).

      Ever wonder why or how homeowners associations (also known as “HOAs”) started in this country? And why they have continues for so long? Well, in the series of letters to the editor which may follow this one, we will find the answers to those questions. For now,however let’s look at the ultimately called “homeowner associations”. Not only in Colorado, but in every state in our nation.

      In the beginning, cities and developers, got together and wondered if some kind of housing adopted, legislatively mandated for home buyers. Might not be an instant fix for the financial hunters of the servicing cities. Finally, they figured it out Developers and home builders started constructing what are called” condominiums” a new type of single family home subdivision–both of which had something new added “amenities.” And the maintenance responsibilities for the amenities in both types of housing were turned over to the homeowners when they bought their condominiums and houses in the new subdivision.

To make sure the homeowners paid for the maintenance costs, board of directors in these new condominiums and subdivisions would be authorized to collect those costs through what was (and still are) called “assessments.” Homeowners also had to pay monthly or annual “dues”  to live in these new subdivisions. It was necessary for the home buyer to sign this type of sales contract if/ when they bought into most, if not all, condominiums and subdivisions which had these new” amenities.”

      They worked very nicely for the developers and builders. That is, they began to make a lot of money because the homeowners paid for maintaining swimming pools, landscaping, gardeners, utilities, and other costs of maintenance. Cities no longer were responsible for paying for those services. But (surprise for the homeowners), the cities still collected property taxes from each homeowner who lived in those new types of housing. Called “double taxation” these days. “Taxed” (dues and assessments) by your homeowners association and taxed again by your cities or counties.

      The introduction of government mandated homeowners associations in our American society was a great idea for making the power-and-money seekers among us very, very wealthy. But many, if not most, homeowners associations were, and still are, a social, legal and financial nightmare for the home and property owners who live in them.

      Stay tuned for information about group-think, socialistic learning-toward-fascism types of aberrant people who actively seek out positions on homeowners associations’ board of directors, and the damage/ harm to people and things they do in their quasi-public official positions. These controlling-type people gather around them wannabe-dictator cabals–which appear to be akin to Mafia “family” in order to swing their HOA’s votes toward whatever the dictatorial boards want. These type of people also appear to just love living in HOA’s where they can freely exercise their almost total control over homeowners and everything else that has to do with their government-mandated homeowners associations.

Jan Jackson

Total Control Over Homeowner’s



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I'm Diana Foraci, a long time resident of the Druid Hills located in Florissant Colorado. I'm the owner of this site, representing the Druid Hills HomeOwners Association which represents this community in Good Faith, with Honor and Integrity.

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