Covenant Enforcement Options for HOAs

What happens when someone decides they want to put up gaudy decorations on their front lawn or decides to let the yard “go back to nature” rather than mow it and keep it in shape? What do you do when a house in the community has a van parked out front where they allow their friends to sleep? If you are part of an HOA, you can take action against these types of infractions of the HOA covenant. It’s not a fun thing to do, but it can be necessary.    Read the article……….


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