TEXAS – S.A. homeowner fighting back against HOA attorney fees, threats of foreclosure

KENS5.com:  S.A. homeowner fighting back against HOA attorney fees, threats of foreclosure
By Phil Anaya
May 19, 2015

A single San Antonio mother with a sick daughter said she’s been told her homeowners association intends to move forward with proceedings to foreclose on her home because of late payments in attorney’s fees.

She calls the situation wrong and she’s fighting back.

Tuesday, the Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid filed a lawsuit on her behalf citing, unreasonable fees and violations of the Texas Property Code and Texas Debt Collection Act

“I never had an issue with the HOA. I thought an HOA was a good thing,” said Daniella Breach-Pedrin.

Breach-Pedrin said her feelings toward her HOA have now changed. She bought her home in far-northwest San Antonio in 2003. She said in 2008, she inadvertently fell behind by $200 in HOA dues. She paid it off but claims the HOA attorney charged her an additional $400 in collection fees at the time, which has multiplied ever since.  Read more:

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