Think Las Vegas HOA Crime is Bad? Try Hawaii!

Many of us have dreamed of having that condo on the beach in Hawaii. You know, the one you get to visit a few times a year, the ones where the kids go when they want a break from work.

Now imagine what life is going to be like for folks who live at Ne Nani Kai. Jim and Nancy Bevill, as it’s reported in the Molokai News, have just been awarded 3.87 million dollars. The jury found that the HOA board of directors and its employees have been engaged in a course of racketeering, civil conspiracy, gross negligence, intentional infliction of emotional stress along with a host of other crimes.

Guess who pays that four million bucks? The Bevill’s neighbors.  Guess what happens now? Other HOA members are going to start coming forward and claiming they were victimized by the same kind of HOA thuggery.

Folks, you’ve got to believe that the HOA industry is right on a verge of a moral, emotional and financial collapse. Crimes committed by HOA thugs have been going on for far too long and the civil and legal establishment is starting to recognize it. (Actually, to put it more bluntly, a whole bunch of lawyers have suddenly decided to switch sides, stop defending the national Homeowner Association Movement and search for new profits defending the victims of these crimes.)

As an HOA homeowner you’re a sitting duck, not just for abuse, but for the financial ramifications of HOA abuse handed out to others.

I’ve been right in all my other predictions. I was one of the first to warn people to avoid buying into the Las Vegas market. I warned of Florida, and Texas, and the Carolinas. Now I’m warning about the HOA/condo market in Hawaii.

And here’s the link to the complete sordid story:

Ward Lucas’s Blog · Author of the upcoming book Neighbors At War: The Creepy Case Against Your Homeowners Association    



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2 responses to “Think Las Vegas HOA Crime is Bad? Try Hawaii!

  1. anonymous

    from the story:

    “Aldrich, who didn’t join the Bevills lawsuit because he couldn’t afford the $900,000 of attorney fees”

    Unless you have, literally, a million dollars, you will not receive justice in court when victimized by your H.O.A.

    • Anonymous,

      Yep, as long as “justice” has such a high price tag, there will be no “justice” in America. Priests take a vow of poverty when they enter public service. We’re long past the stage where “defenders of Constitutional liberties” should take the same vow.

      Ward Lucas

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