How to Protect Your Con-Dough by Dr. David I. Goldenberg
Dr. Goldenberg offers a new approach for resolving the intense problems that arise from living in an HOA or Condo and preventing their occurrence in newly formed communities. Put an end to unnecessary, irritating and costly homeowner disputes: Modify and correct underlying condo association or HOA documents.
Unfortunately, the majority of condo and HOA owners have never read and/or have no idea how to modify their original documents. This work provides detailed condo and HOA document templates that protect your homeowner rights, while putting an stop to arbitrary or retaliatory fines, liens and foreclosures. Discover what excellent association documents should look like and how they should be written. This book was adopted by a developer based in the Northwest as an “enlightened” document template for an entire new community.
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About the Author
Economist, author and Suntzu strategy expert, Dr. David I. Goldenberg specializes in developing practical solutions to top management problems in business economics, corporate strategy and governance.
Moving into a Home Owners Association (HOA) and later a Condo exposed Dr. Goldenberg to the legalistic methods of governing HOAs and Condos.
He found them irrational, ineffective and inefficient. Traditional approaches — ignore the issue, move, appeal to a regulatory agency, sue or recall the board — rarely help homeowners.
These strategies fail because they deal slowly and ineptly with incidents experienced by individual families.
Dr. Goldenberg offers a new approach for resolving the intense problems that arise from living in an HOA or Condo and preventing their occurrence in newly formed communities.
When homes and rights are endangered, his condo and HOA document templates will help homeowners defend themselves against foreclosure and preserve their civil rights.
He demonstrates how to correct the underlying causes of such disputes — whether a matter of law, politics or self-serving individuals — which should significantly reduce the number of unnecessary irritating and costly incidents.