NEVADA – HOA Hall of Shame becomes Hall of Fame for one association

HOA Hall of Shame becomes Hall of Fame for one association

The Ashmore waives dues to help homeowners

Posted: 8:57 PM, Apr 03, 2020 Updated: 11:09 PM, Apr 03, 2020
By:Darcy Spears

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — People who live in HOAs all across the valley have varying concerns.

One man who pays $140 a month in dues in a retirement community wonders why the homeowners still have to pay when all the common areas are closed, like the pool, workout room, golf course and clubhouse.

Another gentleman who’s used to paying his HOA dues in person at an office now has to pay them online because that office is closed, but the HOA is charging an extra fee to process that online payment.

There are stories like those and then, there’s The Ashmore.

“You do the HOA Hall of Shame, and HOAs, if the homeowners would get involved with them, can be a good thing,” Ashmore Board President Patrick Ellis said to 13 Chief Investigator Darcy Spears. “And I wanted to demonstrate that there are those of us on the board who care about the homeowners because they are our neighbors.”  Read more:
https://www.ktnv.com/13-investigates/hoa-hall-of-shame-becomes-hall-of-fame-for-one-association

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