New management company, Knightvest, took over ownership of property that has 30% owner condos and rest is rental units. So Management company, by virtue of percentage of ownership, has taken over the board of the HOA.- (unannounced, without consent). Now they have dictated a $7000 per owner special assessment for ‘property improvements’. Because of their take-over of the HOA, property owners have no voting rights and questions remain ignored regarding the type or extent of improvements (which have been very slow in coming, despite the influx of cash from the assessments. Additionally, the company has set up a third party company (LLC) for the funneling of work and cash, making it impossible to trace the assessment funds. Questions: Do you have insight into Knightsvest (Dallas company- blemished record in Texas and have recently stepped up their purchases of properties in AZ); the management takeover of the HOA is clearly a conflict of interest and what agency regulates that; is there a proven way to contact all homeowners (without fear of reprisal from management company) to form a group and file a complaint with the AZ dept of real estate. Any insight would be appreciated.