Condominium associations are virtually the same as HOAs, though they represent units (typically condos or apartments, and sometimes a mix that includes townhouses) rather than detached homes. They set rules, charge fees and manage budgets for common property. A condo association will have annual meetings where the owners will elect board members similar to an HOA, approve budgets and enforce/amend CC&Rs.
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