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Complaint Review: Classic century and their HOA
Classic century and their HOAfort worth, TX fort worth, Texas United States of America
Classic century and their HOA Government title company and HOA needed to protect home owners fort worth, Texas
To better save the home buyers and live with honest, state government may open a government title company and the same office also can have government HOA officers. Whenever a home owner needs a home, first home owner agrees to pay the amount to the seller. Then, government officers from government title company can go, look and measure the land area of the home and if there is any defect such as intentional underground cable lines plotted by the builder or any other defect, can be asked to remove by the officer and thereafter write the property to the buyer. Thereafter, builder (seller) must not have any right to go to that sold home again. This will help the home owners to live in a better way without worry. This will also create many government jobs and also a good income as buyers pay some fees for the assessment costs and etc.
Builders and their friends in the name of HOA should not keep the mineral rights. Mineral right should be sold along with the home to the buyer. Or mineral right must be taken by the government and it belongs to the government. This mineral right helps the builders and their friends to dig home owners land and to go, without home owners permission, into the backyard of home owners, when the home owner is at work during morning time.
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