A defining moment in many people’s lives is when they purchase their first home. The promise and potential as a new homeowner feels unlimited. What many don’t realize is that the issues you may face as a homeowner—or indeed as a community association— often cross property boundary lines. This article addresses several boundary issues that owners and associations frequently deal with concerning trees, surface water, fences, party walls, retaining walls and boundary lines in general.
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Housing for Older Persons – FHA Legal Requirements for Condos and HOAs
This article explains the key requirements for communities to maintain their status—and special legal privileges—as “housing for older persons,” which is of greater importance as the population ages.
“Getting away” in an HOA: What can associations do about vacation rentals?
Vacation rentals are incredibly popular today. They provide extra income to homeowner “hosts” and inexpensive accommodations for vacationing “guests,” but can impose unwanted burdens on community associations. What can associations do to address these burdens?