HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATIONS FORECLOSING THOUSANDS OF HOMES

PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona residents are seeing their houses end up in foreclosure over missed maintenance payments as low as $1,200 toward homeowners associations, a newspaper investigation has found. The Arizona Republic reports (http://bit.ly/2fd3AIT ) homeowners associations in Arizona are allowed to foreclose after a year of missed payments or ...

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