Chapter 81 - More About Dr. Solomon
August 22, 2013
Go on-line and search: gary solomon hoa, www.hoasyndrome.com and www.hoaacademy.com.
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Chapter 82 - Pet Problems
August 22, 2013
HOAs decide how many dogs, what size and what breed a homeowner can have.
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Chapter 83 - How Does the HOA Know About Your Equity?
August 22, 2013
Anyone can go on-line and view the public records on the assessors page.
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Chapter 84 - Relating One of Many HOA Problems
August 22, 2013
Dr. Solomon talks about "insane behavior" within a HOA community.
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Chapter 85 - Espionage
August 22, 2013
Dr. Solomon takes liberty and explains espionage within a HOA community.
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Chapter 86 - Closing Lecture
August 22, 2013
The viewer may not have agreed with everything Dr. Solomon has lectured on, but he is hoping that the lectures have opened some eyes.
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Chapter 87 - Stress, Children & Families
August 22, 2013
Dr. Solomon answers questions proposed by the viewers. He was again asked about the children and families of those people living in a HOA. Dr. Solomon states that some research indicates that children growing up in stressful environments and around stressful families may retaliate against the "thing" causing the stress, ie. HOA harassment. Dr. Solomon argues that the government is making a mistake by not addressing the levels of stress induced by harassing home owners, thus harassing their children and families.
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Chapter 88 - The HOA Financial Chain
August 22, 2013
HOAs are non-profit corporations and they hire for-profit businesses, property management, collection and attorneys, to help them in the collection of their fines. Many of the HOA property management companies and HOA attorneys dictate what the HOA can and can't do. They do this to earn more money in fines, court case costs and legal advice. The fines generated by the HOA are a very valuable commodity to them.
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Chapter 89 - Zeigeist
August 22, 2013
Dr. Solomon defines zeigeist as the intellectual, moral and cultural values given to a situation in a given era. This era of the HOA does not value intelligence, morals or cultural values.
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Chapter 90 - What Could the Future Hold?
August 22, 2013
Dr. Solomon reminds the viewers that HOAs are non-profit corporations and as such they have only a few options for collecting money from their home owners. It is possible that HOAs may: charge for ingress and egress into the community like a toll road or charge for mail delivery or utilities. If this happens, then it will be even more expensive to live in a HOA community.
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