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 Posted: Sun Mar 20th, 2016 02:16 pm
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most of the HOA's here in san carlos are in chaos!why??there is a trend of extreme apathy here! reluctance to be on a board no confidence in the ADMINISTRATORS!! rules and regulation not observed !the state of sonora has laws, "the sonora condominium regime laws"how many of you have read these laws? these laws supercede any and all CC&R's of the HOA's! i am attaching a copy of the laws in english! 

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whats your point? that americans/canadians made up their own hoa rules,totally ignoring mexicos 'rules'? mx 'trumps' nob rules and regs everytime. buyer beware...
moot issue...
 

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aloha, I do not think that was the "point" of the post. I do not live in a place regulated by an HOA, but if they are here, like they are in the states, they are usually governed by a few despot types, who may mean well, but somehow find a way to mess things up.

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aloha, i was born in the USA! i have seen that usually the Americans/Canadians abide by the rules!
it appears the opposite of what you are suggesting i am implying!
the nationals and the administrators appear to be the greatest
violators of the rules!the issue is not moot! read the laws and defend yourself from the predators, who most likely have not read the laws and make up the rules for special interests!!

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what r u talking about? there is one hoa in san carlos involved in numerous law suits to the chagrin of its gated community.you think those nob are law abiding?..you are generalizing. anyway,the mx laws supercede any rules the nob purchasers want to impose. I do not have to worry, as gated communities are not the reason I move to this country. I left those rules and regs behind. good luck with tryig to legitimize that huge disaster. hoa associations and mexico are kind of a contradiction of terms,imo. salud!

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aloha, you are flip flopping! your post #2 you blame me for saying the americans/canadians make there own rules.
now in post #5 you ask if i think the NOB's are law abiding?
i do agree with you HOA's are huge disaster!!probably close to impossible to legitimize, but possible!!!

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frankiej wrote: aloha, you are flip flopping! your post #2 you blame me for saying the americans/canadians make there own rules.
now in post #5 you ask if i think the NOB's are law abiding?
i do agree with you HOA's are huge disaster!!probably close to impossible to legitimize, but possible!!!

Can you give us some examples of what you are referring to.

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me or Frankie? the subdivision next to soggy peso,(where many homes were destroyed beach front during Jimena) is in constant litigation. actually,its corruption on the part of the former board. vince radice has done an in depth 'investigation'. its a nitemare and had been going on for yr with no end in sight. maybe theres more up to date info...but as of a few mths ago,thats the status.

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There is more that one HOA in SC.

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no problems in Solimar.

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solimar is a great community. I love it. and you are fortunate to have a good hoa. you must admit,wheather here or nob,most of them are corrupt. I watched neighbors loose everything due to one hoa swindleing.and if not corrupt financially,then you must conform to so many rules and regs, its like a scene for 'stepford wives' different strokes. muy muy triste...

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there are lots of HOA's in san carlos most have problems!1) no one wants to be on the board2) corrupt administrators!!!! election to a board , in my opinion is what you can bring to the table as experience!many are elected and are pleased by saying they are board members, but never have meetings or resolve problems!there are a few functioning HOA's out there!maybe someone could organize a meeting with all the HOA's and discuss solutions for common problems!

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frankiej , this is all good info - what was your purpose for the original post?  Are you experiencing problems?   All nations have some sort of underlying law about HOAs.  Just wondering. 

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i live here full time! i own property in 3 different subdivisions and 3 different HOA's.all with common problems, all with apathy! 2 with questionable administrators!every year its the same ole same ole!! just frustrated!!!!!!

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amen to that - we we're in a HOA also down there for 8 years, and then couldn't take the bickering and favoritism anymore so we sold last year.   If - or when - we come back it won't include ownership within a HOA.   Wish you luck and patience.

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I would never live where there was an HOA, in the US or Mexico.

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I understand about the hoa in San Carlos. We purchased our property over ten years ago and was told association was probably going to disband, thus is the caracol I am talking about. Here we are ten years later and finally they got our entrance up and running. What a joke that was. Lots lots of side room deals and back patting by a couple of people that affect everyone else who live there. Maybe now the nine month road debacle is finished the association will suspend  and due to lack of interest? 

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people are elected to a board and they don't know what to do. they don't know the procedures of protocol!!they then have an employee, the administrator who has the same problem! it is the blind leading the blind!there should be "job descriptions" for board members and administrators! this way people would know what is expected of them!all should be required to read the laws of the land, in this case the"sonora state condominium regime laws" and the CC&R's of the subdivision!!this a lone would make for better operating HOA's!

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// Perhaps if they raise the pay of board members it will attract experienced, skilled members. //

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it is a thankless and pay-less job!!touche!!! 

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