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Neighbors on Call’s NC Policy Update for 4/17/23


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Economic and Housing Policy

  • A set of bills under consideration at the NCGA would provide more oversight of homeowners’ associations (HOAs). HB 542 would set a $2500 minimum for the amount of unpaid fees required to trigger the HOA putting a lien on the home. Currently, HOAs may put a lien on a home if the owner has any fees that are 30 days past due. The bill would also require HOAs to inform the homeowner of impending foreclosure via phone and email in addition to the currently-required mailed letter. Another proposed bill would create a division within the state attorney general’s office to oversee community associations and assist with disputes, while a third (HB 551) would exempt currently owned properties from changes to HOA rules, making those new rules go into effect only when ownership of the property changes.

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