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On the Commons with Sam and Mariah Farran Print

On The Commons begins its 20th year of broadcasting.  


To celebrate we are rebroadcasting a show we often talk about.  Tune in, you'll love it just as much this time around.

 

Have you noticed how all sense flies out the window when an involuntary membership homeowners association is involved?  All of a sudden we fear everything that is not part of that uniform look and feel of a controlled community.  A different shade of blah can topple an entire neighborhood, an unapproved garden hose, dusty mailboxes, flags, rose bushes and pudgy pooches are all a threat to property values. An addition that doesn't quite conform to the existing architectural guidelines will no doubt incite a riot, oh get real.

 

Maria and Sam Farran join us On The Commons this week. The Farrans  weren't about to believe all the nonsense they were told.  They did their homework, knew the rules and the laws and decided to fight back.  After years of court room drama, they won their cases and were awarded attorney fees and court costs.  However, there was a snag. You see, in the process,  their HOA ran out of money and went bankrupt.  But there is a happy ending after all. As Maria says; "We used to be a corporation that ran a neighborhood, we are now a neighborhood that runs a corporation". I won't ruin it for you so tune in and find out how they got their money and what happened to the association.  You'll love it.

 . . .Listen to Sam and Maria Farran
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