Primers on common interest developments

Easy introductions explaining how common interest developments (also called community associations) work in California.

Many homes (including an estimated one-quarter of all homes in California) consist of units in “common interest developments” (CIDs), a collection of residence types between being a property owner and being a tenant. They are also called housing communities and community associations.

CIDs are complicated. They have some features of apartment buildings, neighborhoods, and towns, and other features peculiar to CIDs.

Here are a couple of gentle introductions to CIDs in California, for current and prospective members:

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