George Staropoli has been active as a homeowners rights advocate since April 2000. He has appeared before several state committees on HOA reform matters, including Florida, Nevada and Arizona. His opinions and views have appeared in the national media: Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, CNN/MoneyOnline and in the New York Times, L.A. Times, Palm Beach Post, as well as on local TV news and in the Arizona Capitol Times.
Mr. Staropoli has been quoted in "Private Neighborhoods and the Transformation of Local Government" (2005), in the "AARP Policy Institute Homeowners Bill of Rights" proposal (2006), and acknowledged in the Thomson – West legal treatise, "California Common Interest Developments – Homeowner’s Guide" (2006).
George is author of "Establishing the New America of independent HOA principalities" (2008), and has edited and published several videos (HOAGOV Youtube channel) on reforming planned communities and their HOA form of government.
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Industry survey suggests that the HOA population represents a distinct class or subset of American society.