A new trend has surfaced as a result of numerous homeowner associations being fed up with late dues and maintenance bills largely in part to delinquent owners. Due to the fact it is easier for an association to foreclose than a bank- being that there is no proof of ownership necessary, no issue of ‘robo-signed’ documents- the number of HOA foreclosures is climbing as homeowner association boards are taking matters into their own hands.
When a homeowner association forecloses and takes title to a home, the idea is the board will be able to rent it out until the bank forecloses as the primary lien holder. With banks taking years to foreclose on some properties, this allows for the homeowner association boards to potentially collect thousands of dollars.
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