TEXAS – HOA Sells Home of Woman with Outstanding Dues

A woman is being evicted from her home near Tomball after she says her homeowner’s association foreclosed on her home and it then sold at auction.

Triss McQuiston is now fighting to stay the home where she has lived for the past 15 years, and she is still making mortgage payments. She says she had no idea her home ever sold or had even gone into foreclosure. She found the eviction suit on her front door on Friday.

“There was all this other stuff from I don’t know, foreclosure information and auction stuff. This was the first I had seen of any of this. It was a complete shock and surprise,” she said.

McQuiston’s home was sold at foreclosure auction in September. She admits that she didn’t pay her dues to the Canyon Gate at Northpointe Owners Association in 2014 or 2015, totaling about $1,800. She was opening a new business and says she procrastinated making the payments.  Read more:

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