An Ounce of Prevention: Architectural Review in Your Homeowners Association

Most homeowners associations have some sort of architectural review process. Of these, many spell out how that review is supposed to proceed.  Generally, the homeowner submits an application for some sort of change to the property, and the board of directors or an appointed architectural review committee     Read the article………..


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