HOA Directory ( Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts ) - Search by Name, Tax ID, or Filed number. Homeowners can enter the community's name or subdivision to find the association’s contact information, list of board members, and other relevant association information.
According to the Community Associations Institute, an estimated 5.6 million Texans lived in a community association in 2018. So chances are You will likely live in an HOA.
Find HOA information above and below.
Condominium Associations: Members own their units and jointly manage and own the common spaces with other association members.
Homeowners’ Associations: Members own the residence and the property it sits on, and the association owns and manages the common spaces.
Property owners’ Association: Homeowners, business owners, and property managers can be part of the association. POAs may include HOAs and COAs.
No state agency governs community associations in Texas, although they may rely on the Community Associations Institute or Texas Community Association Advocates for standards and lobbying protection when the state legislature meets.
Homeowners can call the Greater Houston Chapter of the Community Associations Institute hotline for a second opinion on covenants and restrictions at 832-251-1874.
Check out https://www.hopb.co/texas - Homeowners Protection Bureau, LLC (HOPB), is a private organization specifically designed to help educate and support owners of properties governed by condominiums, cooperative, and homeowners’ associations (HOAs).
Homeowners’ Questions And Answers - Find answers to frequently asked questions by community members about HOA's in Texas.
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