AZHOC - Arizona Homeowners Coalition
Voice for homeowner rights and justice.

Your HOA Association has absolute power over your community.

Does it use it WISELY or does it ABUSE that power?

Welcome to our web site, we have created this site as an education tool to support the 3.5 Million Arizona Homeowners living in Common Interest Communities. We believe that knowledge is power, and that the more that homeowners including board members know the truth about their duties and rights retained while living under the Covenants that govern life in your communities the better those communities will be for all their residents. If you have questions about your rights post them on our comments page or call or write us at the numbers and e-mail address above.

We are here to help you 

While we are not attorneys and can provide no legal advice, we can help you understand the rights  you retain in these communities and over your home under the law.  If you have questions about your CC&R’s or Bylaws or about current state law we can help you understand their content and restriction.  All of our support is done with volunteers and there are no fees associated with our support efforts.

Legislative Reform

Beside direct support to homeowners we have established a presence at the State Capital to advocate for all homeowners with the State legislature and the Governor’s office. We have dedicated volunteer lobbyist fighting to change the laws to balance the power between homeowners and the associations they live under, and to make the community that you live in just that a community and not just a corporation.  

Join our Coalition

You can help us help you and all the other homeowners in this state by simply joining our organization, free of membership fees. The more members we have the louder our voice is at the State Capital, help us make that voice impossible for our elected officials to ignore.

 

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