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Some homeowners with old second loans are seeing bills now as high as $100K+, even though the lenders demanding payment haven’t contacted them in years.

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Investigators arrested five members of a S. Fla. HOA with 40 communities, saying they operated a “complicated fraud, racketeering and money-laundering scheme.”

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RE Q&A: Owner wants to stop paying the dues but continue to pay HOA fees. Will he be subject to a lien on his home or a possible foreclosure?

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Under federal guidance, emotional support animals are allowed in homes and apartments. But identifying legit cases and enforcing rules isn’t always easy to do.

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In 2021, Fla. passed its own version of the federal do-not-call law. It has several mandates some agents don’t always follow, raising the risk of penalties.

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Lawyers and advocates want a presidential executive order tying yearly rent increases to inflation. It’s just an idea right now, but the White House agreed to meet with them.

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Not all homes have accessibility options for disabled buyers, but some tweaks could help. Of all HUD’s discrimination complaints, 60% are related to disabilities.

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