Calling condo tenants ‘guests’ violates no-rentals policy

Q: I live in a 55-plus development that has a “no rentals” policy that has been in place since the mid-1990s. Yet some people have rented out their units.  Last year, after some owners complained, the board again voted against having rentals. In fairness to those who had rentals in place, currently rented units could remain rented until the leases ended. After that, the units could no longer be rented.    Read the Q&A…………….


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