I’m always happy to pass along a link to a blog where HOA members are discovering the tyrannies that are coming to dominate the controlled neighborhood scene.
Some folks in Massachusetts are beginning to realize the horrors of living in a community where hidden personal agendas are par-for-the-course among board members and property managers.
Home ownership is an incredibly personal and private thing, just as a marriage relationship is private and relationships with children are personal and private.
Yes, government can intervene when laws are broken. But to have your neighbors pry into your private affairs is universally disgusting and revolting. Official retaliation against a homeowner in an effort to force him or her out of the neighborhood is as nauseating as the racism and sexism that dominated housing trends over the past century.
With that in mind, here comes another blogger who deserves to be followed as Massachusetts HOA boards are put under the microscope: