In this June 15, 2011 photo, a plumbing company's banner hangs on the fence at the Inlet House, in Fort Pierce, Fla. The complex was an affordable place that the 55-and-older set aspired to. But now ... more 
In this June 15, 2011 photo, a plumbing company's banner hangs on the fence at the Inlet House, in Fort Pierce, Fla. The complex was an affordable place that the 55-and-older set aspired to. But now the Homeowner's association has levied a $6,000 assessment on every homeowner and then foreclosed on seniors who did not owe the bank a dime but could not afford the association bill. The board is $178,000 in bills for fixing the plumbing and covering the nonpayers, had no choice but to raise dues another $50 per month. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By J Pat Carter
Thu, Jul 7, 2011 11:21 AM EDT