Architectural Control, What Can an HOA Actually Enforce?

Architectural Control is one of the key reasons people either choose to live in or run from an HOA. Some people appreciate the HOA’s ability to enforce architectural controls via an Architectural Control Committee (“ACC”); whereas, others resent the thought of another organization telling them how they can modify or decorate their home. When these preferences are mismatched, it often leads to conflict.  Architectural controls include such things as the general design of a home, exterior finishes, color, landscaping, fencing, window covering, sheds, etc. Those who appreciate them, point out that compliance with these standards dramatically increases property values and ensures a beautiful community for the owners.    Read the article…………..


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