Few attorneys are knowledgeable and experienced with homeowners' associations, which are empowered to enforce deed restrictions and foreclose on homes when home owners do not pay assessments.

Homeowners' associations are common in the Houston area. At Katine Nechman McLaurin, we have a clear understanding of how homeowners' associations work. For more than 22 years, the attorneys at our law firm have helped clients resolve complicated disputes involving real estate and homeowners’ associations. We combine the skills of experienced attorneys in a firm you can trust to handle your legal concerns.5 member family

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Homeowners' Association Matters in Texas

The largest part of our real estate practice involves representing property owners and homeowners' associations. We are one of a few law firms helping both property owners and homeowners' associations — we have in-depth understanding of the challenges each party faces. Our background gives us the experience necessary to effectively help clients resolve disputes, affecting:

  • Deed Restrictions – involving architectural control, use restrictions, and residential use only covenants
  • Board of Directors – involving deed restriction interpretation, questions of law, and practical advice
  • Maintenance Issues – involving duties to maintain the exterior of property
  • Assessment Collections – involving delinquent accounts, foreclosure of assessment liens, and assessment litigation

We have an in-depth real estate background. Attorney Mitchell Katine was a commissioner for the Texas Real Estate Commission for six years.

We also have a longstanding client relationship with the Memorial Club Townhouses Association, the largest (757 homes) townhome association in Houston. Our attorneys at our law firm have an in-depth understanding of HOA laws and are well-prepared to help you.

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Hire a lawyer whom you can trust to handle your real estate or homeowners' association concerns. Contact us today — we are ready to help you quickly resolve your real estate dispute.