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HOA Hotline

There is help for your homeowners association!

The Greater Houston Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) has launched a free HOA Hotline, a resource for homeowners and board members owning homes/units in condominium, townhome and subdivision community associations and have questions about the operations of their association.

The Hotline is staffed with local non-attorney experts knowledgeable in community association best practices. Please contact the Hotline by calling 832-251-1874, or by completing the form below. If you prefer a response by phone, calls will only be made during normal business hours. Please allow 24-48 hours for a response as this is all handled by our volunteers.

We urge homeowners to take advantage of this free resource. After all, isn't it better to resolve issues quickly and reasonably now before they get out of hand later?

**Please note, the HOA Hotline panel, as well as CAI Staff will NOT give out legal advice. If seeking legal help, please contact the appropriate attorney, or legal service. LegalLine is a free legal service, open to any Harris County citizen. It is held on the first and third Wednesday of every month, from 5pm - 9pm. To reach a volunteer attorney call (713) 759-1133. This program is by telephone only. For Spanish speakers, Consejos Legales is the first Thursday of the month from 6pm - 8pm. To reach a Spanish speaking volunteer attorney call (713) 759-1133. Also, below is our service directory link to some helpful attorneys skilled in HOA Law.

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"The documents below are provided as information, education and guidance for homeowners, community association leaders, community managers and others involved in the governance and management of common-interest communities. They can be reproduced and shared without permission, but cannot be altered in any way, or used for any business purpose."

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