Some are good, others not so much.
“Private Subdivisions” that fall into disrepair (road paving, drainage ponds, in other words, infrastructure) after some years and expect their county to “take over maintenance” because the HOA can’t afford the costs are no better than moochers.
If you can afford it and don’t expect a bail out in the end, then more power to you.
"consistency is not a substitute for rationality"
Last edited by Rick C; 07-03-2013 at 21:30..
Reason: HMO, HOA, whatever