NCRC: National Conflict Resolution Center


Homeowner Association Mediation

Common Issues
  • Rules and Regulations (CC&Rs)
  • Privacy
  • Neighbor Relations
  • Maintenance
  • Landscape and Architectural Plans
  • Fees and Special Assessments
  • Pools, Pets, and Parking
  • Board of Directors Elections

Over 22.1 million homes in the United States are in developments that have homeowner associations. When a conflict between you and your HOA arises, you have a choice in how you are going to deal with it. Choosing HOA Mediation affords you the opportunity to participate in a process that makes you a part of the solution and to resolve conflicts and develop agreements decided on by all participants.

Under California law, Civil Code Sections §§5925-5965 an association or its members must offer mediation or arbitration prior to filing a lawsuit to enforce the CC&Rs in most situations.

Before qualifying for the Homeowner Association Mediation Panel, mediators receive 100 hours of training and mediate for two years. Read the bios of our Homeowner Association Mediation Panel Members.

Effective November 1, 2014 there will be a $100 per party administrative fee.
$750 flat rate for up to three hours. Mediator's individual rate thereafter.

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