HOA Governance: The Pros and Cons of an HOA Rental Cap

The policies of any HOA are sometimes a touchy subject because, at any one time, homeowners are simultaneously responsible for and subject to the rules set out by their home owner’s association. There are a number of perfectly normal policies that are put into place like a stylistic agreement to keep the neighborhood looking nice and everyone’s property values going in the right direction. However, problems sometimes arise when a particular policy favors the homeowners who moved in (and began voting) first and limits the actions of those who joined the neighborhood and HOA later on. One of these common but highly contested policies is the HOA Rental Cap.     Read the article……………..


Related Articles

HOA Director Code of Conduct

As a member of a volunteer homeowner association board, it’s useful to codify the goals and behaviors an effective director

New Rules For Condo Investors

A new home or condo may seem like a great deal. But your client had better scrutinize the rules impacting

Lessons Learned from Community Association and HOA Audits

Bach, James, Mansour & Company conducts a number of community association and HOA audits (and audit alternatives) each year. I’ve