HOA’s and Subdivisions

Homeowner’s Associations

A homeowner’s association (HOA) is a legal body created for a real estate development for the purpose of ensuring oversight of the property such that it is maintained for the benefit of all homeowners according to the defined covenants. It allows the developer to exit financial and legal responsibility and places the authority in the HOA to maintain and handle the property owner’s compliance with restrictions and regulations for the development. Brinkley Walser Stoner has experience in both creating HOA’s as well as serving as legal counsel to these associations.

Developing New Subdivisions

Brinkley Walser Stoner real estate lawyers offer clients a full range of services for all types of housing transactions such as mixed use development, zoning and land use planning, subdivision development planning, and marketing and regulatory compliance. The firm’s experience in this field affords full legal services to home builders and developers in the Triad area.