Texas Homeowner Association Disagreements

By Christin Coyne
Located in far east Parker County off of White Settlement Road, Remuda Ranch Estates is where rural Parker County allows residents to escape the Fort Worth area. When a home burned down several months ago, many neighbors left their homes to support the family. But the neighborhood isn’t as peaceful as it appears.

After years of feuding, some neighbors don’t speak to each other any more. Ten lawsuits have been filed in Justice of the Peace Court or District Court during the last three years involving the Remuda Ranch homeowners association, those on the board of directors, and Colina Court resident Jack Cavenah. At least two heated issues between neighbors have gone to county commissioners court for decisions. And tens of thousands of dollars go to attorneys as the neighbors duke it out in the legal system.

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2 Responses to Texas Homeowner Association Disagreements

  1. Michelle Lewis says:

    I also live in Parker County and our so called HOA is at war. It’s a mess and there is no one to help you except an attorney who wants thousands of dollars. What do we do? The State makes laws governing HOAs but when the laws aren’t followed there is no one to help you.

    • Admin says:

      You are right, Michelle. Sometimes, the best thing you can do is gather a number of the residents in your subdivision, who feel the same way as you, and go to the HOA Board as a group.

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