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#Transparency▶ #SocialCurrentSee®

Search▶ HOA Lawyers
Bingo, bango, bongo or just While it's true that you find more than a million links for the topic above at the sites searched, you may not need to go any further than your neighborhood HOA to understand the powerful link between your association and the legal counsel they have hired▶ It also won't take you long to realize that the very same legal counsel is the primary roadblock to real transparency within your association, or at least that is the observation of this HOA citizen journalist.
If you read the a series of search results and archive on topic (#transparency), the question of how much or how little transparency exists in the typical common interest development (aka HOA) is answered only by personal experience▶ As for our Inland Empire, Southern California HOA, the #transparency experience is uneven, at best▶ In California, the complicated Davis-Stirling law (DSL) specifies these topics only for private, executive se…

#EQI ▶#SocialCurrentSee®

Re: What is the average price of a home in California? ▶Bingo, bango, bongo or just BING!▶ Re: California Earthquake Authority ▶Bingo, bango, bongo or just BING!▶ The links between these two search topics (above) may not be readily apparent, but the question arises since it is true that the "authority" has $12 billion in capacity to cover claims for the Big One (an earthquake), but the question remains: How many dwellings might that represent?  The $12 billion claims coverage capacity is authentic because the source is the CEA, aka "authority" (see LINK below).

The first search link above explains that the average home price in California is $379,000, which is 7.6% lower than the average sold price in California ($410,000). If you calculate that the actual replacement cost for an existing dwelling is about 80% of market value (in normal situations), then the average replacement cost for a typical California home would be $…