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 Shu Bartholomew  
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On The Commons with me this week is Tom Adolph. Tom, an attorney in Houston, Texas, got interested in mandatory common ownership developments as he watched the data accumulate on hoadata.org, the website designed and built by his family.
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On The Commons is a weekly radio show dedicated to discussing the many issues surrounding mandatory homeowner associations, the fastest growing form of residential housing in the nation.

During the past couple of decades, almost every state has adopted laws regulating mandatory homeowners' associations and almost every year, legislators across the country add to these laws. On occasion a legislator will propose a bill as a way of dealing with a particular headline grabbing issue, once in a while homeowners themselves will seek legislative fixes but more often than not, it is the homeowner association industry that lobbies for the annual changes in state laws. And when those proposals and bills become law, who benefits the most from them?

On The Commons with me this week is Tom Adolph. Tom, an attorney in Houston Texas, got interested in mandatory common ownership developments as he watched the data accumulate on <a href="http://hoadata.org/">hoadata.org</a>, the website designed and built by his family. He then turned his attention to the state laws regulating associations... Please join us On The Commons this Saturday, October 18, 2003. We'll be talking about his analysis and his thoughts on those laws and how they affect you, whether or not you live in Texas.

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