How to Stop a Florida HOA Foreclosure

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Florida statutes, homeowners associations' assessments and dues can make a homeowner liable for unpaid dues. Make sure to pay individual liabilities with help from a civil mediator in this free video on foreclosure law.

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You are a member of a homeowners association and recently with the economy and the improvements that the homeowners association agreed upon doing many, many years ago in a much more favorable economy, the assessments have gotten out of hand, you have gotten behind on paying those assessments and now you're worried about them foreclosing upon you or bringing claims for judgments against you and you simply don't know where to turn. Hello, I'm Robert Todd and I'm here to answer the question how to stop a Florida HOA foreclosure. The question is not really an HOA foreclosure, which incidentally HOA stands for Homeowners Association, the question is really what happens to you as a homeowner with respect to these assessments. Similarly, if you're a member of a condominium association and they have dues and you get behind on those dues, what happens? Well one of the first things to remember is that under specific Florida statutes that exist, homeowners associations assessments and dues can make you as a homeowner individually and personally liable. Likewise, a condominium association due assessment can make you personally and individually liable. So you want to make sure even if you go into a foreclosure with your home, that you pay these particular items because they are individual liabilities. I'm Robert Todd and thank you for watching.

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