The Homes Association Handbook (1964): Guide for Creating HOAs

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The following is based on a review.[6] of the Handbook (TB#50) , and from sections of Privatopia, and Community Associations.[7], a book funded in part by ULI and CAI. The origins of how this came to be here in America, the bastion of democracy, can be traced back to the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI), Technical Bulletin #50, The Homes Association Handbook (1964) that was prepared and supported by the real estate special interests, and aided by federal agencies. Those agencies included the Federal Housing Administration, US Public Health Service, Office of Civil Defense, and Urban Renewal Administration. ULI was formed in 1936 as a research division of what is now known as the National Realtor Association).

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