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CEO & SR Credit & Mortgage Consultant of
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Ex-Mortgage Broker of more than 10 years
Home Owner Associations need to publish their Covenants & Restrictions with the local clerk of courts. You can search this information at your local municipality court house. If you live in an unincorporated county, you will need to go to the courthouse located in the county seat (for example, the county seat of Henry County is Mcdonough). A great alternative that is now available is the Georgia Superior Court Clerks' Cooperative Authority, or http://www.gsccca.org/.
A much easier alternative is to talk to a knowledgeable local Realtor or real estate attorney who may live in or be familiar with the community you are researching.
Good luck in your searches!
Some communities are online so you may be able to google your neighborhoods name including the city and state to find your communties website.
Lastly, if the community is new then go to the sales center as they too can help you.
You can search for your neighborhood if your neighborhood is a large one, it may have a website. If it's new, go to the builder, as it is likely he is the HOA.
Otherwise, attorneys can be great at hunting down HOA people. The other option is: "DRUM ROLL"
ASK A REALTOR! - Ask your realtor to look up the SOLDS in the neighborhood. You can then contact those agents. At closing we usually need some statements from the HOA, so it's likely they have a contact or know someone who does.
Are they still building in your neighborhood or is it all resales at this point. If there is still a sales associate on site, they should be able to give you the information that you need to get in touch with the HOA.
If not, ask a neighbor or try the google search for your neighborhood and see if that works.
If there is anything else I can maybe help you with let me know.