Death by HOA Foreclosure: Collateral damage of the New Social Order


Not many people knew Sabina Anna Prioletta, a single, 37 year-old female on government disability, weighing some 100 pounds at 5-2. She was trying to survive at the poverty level on the disability payments.

In 2001 she inherited enough money to buy a 924 square foot, 2 story attached home in Phoenix at Camelback and west 41st avenue, built in 1972 (one of the Hallcraft Villas subdivisions). Not the best part of town, but decent, and it was the only thing she could call her own, the only asset she had, her home.

Sabina wanted to be secure in her future and paid full price for home, some $35,000. Unfortunately, it was in a homeowners association.

For more, download this attached sad account (PDF).

“There, but for the grace of God, go I”

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Published in: on October 28, 2006 at 3:33 pm  Leave a Comment  

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