Buffalo Junction (ID) HOA evicts tenants: Property managers seek answers

In late December the Buffalo Junction HOA board informed Wheeler and his roommate that they did not fit the required “single family” description for renting a unit in the neighborhood.  “Long-term leases/rentals are restricted to a single family and a maximum of six people residing in the unit during the period of the lease/rental. ‘Family’ is defined to include parents (or single parent) and children and other dependents,” the HOA board wrote in a letter to condominium owners in December.   Read the article…………


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