Kyle Keegan Radio
- Jan 23, 2011
Ha, every home I’ve ever lived in had a Bolshevik HOA. You need to move to the country in the USA to not have one.Are you in USA? Is this a USA thing?
The only place I have ever seen HOA in Canada is things with shared spaces and such. Places like apartment buildings, condo's, those brownstone style places that have a bunch of houses attached together. Some Duplex areas, again usually a giant shared lawn in the back, or shared parking, and all the houses have to look similar. Golf course communities... those sorts of places. Overall this is a miniscule portion of the housing.
Every time I hear about USA it seems like if you just live in a house it has an HOA. Am I reading too much in to that? If so it would drive me absolutely insane. Why would someone else get to have even the remotest say in what I do with my property just because they happen to live in the same community as me?
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