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Home Owners' Association Ombudsman

Everyone loves to hate them - the Home Owners' Association. They say you can't fix your car on the street and your kids can't shoot baskets on the street. But they also make your neighbor mow his lawn and keep the party noise down. So what happens when you have a complaint about the HOA or the neighbors? You might end up talking to the Common-Interest Communities and Condominium Hotels Ombudsman - the officer in the Real Estate Division who has to sort out these disputes. Kara Jenkins joins us to talk about her job and what she can do to help resolve disputes.
Kara Jenkins, Ombudsman, Common-Interest Communities and Condominium Hotels, State of Nevada

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

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