Can HOA enforce ‘single family’ rules

Q: I am a new member of my homeowners’ association (HOA) board. According to our community’s restrictive covenants, homes are restricted to “single family use.” Recently an investor purchased a home, remodeled it and rented it out. Now seven people are living in this home. Does the HOA have any legal option for enforcing our “single family” restriction in this matter?   Read the Q&A……………


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