Navy veteran fighting to change HOA foreclosure

SAN ANTONIO – A state representative from San Antonio has filed a bill to limit the amount of attorneys fees that can be collected once a person’s home falls into foreclosure. The filing comes after a story aired by News 4 San Antonio profiling U.S. Navy veteran Richard Miller. While Miller was on duty overseas, he kept current on his mortgage, but fell behind on his HOA dues. After returning, he learned his homeowners’ association was taking action to foreclose on his home. It was a process that would prove costly as Miller was not able to afford the $15,000 in attorneys’ fees claimed by the HOA’s lawyers. Miller eventually lost his home.  But he is now fighting to change state laws.

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