This is why I hate HOA's

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I understand how it would work in the case of a developer. I was just wondering how a normal neighborhood, say a couple of city blocks of normal homes, could put together an HOA and then all of a sudden make anyone that wants to sell or buy a house on that block be required to take part in the HOA. For example, if they start an HOA in my neighborhood, and I choose to take part in it. I want to sell my house to someone else. How in gods name could they REQUIRE the new buyers to be part of the HOA?
 
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What Tony and Don say is exactly correct. It doesn't stop at HOAs either. I own a home in a tract, in fact over time I have owned 4 homes in tracts. The deed to each and every home, on land that I own, stipulates that I have no mineral or oil rights on that land. In other words, if I find oil or gold on my property, I can't sell it. Those rights belong to the original property owner who subdivided. That's how it is folks....
 
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When did Honda become a luxury marque and the Ridgeline anything more than a goofy looking pickup?
 
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