Common Interest Developments, Homeowner Associations, and California Real Estate Investments

Author: Staff Many California real estate projects involve common interest developments (CIDs), in which property owners have rights to various common areas in addition to the premises they own outright. In order to provide for the maintenance of common areas, owners of units in a CID are required to be members of a homeowner association (HOA). The HOA has considerable power to regulate the properties within the CID and to collect fees and assessments from members. In California, the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act (“Davis-Stirling”) governs HOAs. San Diego real estate investors are likely to encounter HOAs. New developments will require the creation of a new HOA, while investors who buy existing properties might be bound by HOA rules. Common Interest Development Continue reading The post Common Interest Developments, Homeowner Associations, and California Real Estate Investments appeared first on Titles and Deeds.

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