HOA Noise Ploys

Noise is a common complaint in common wall communities. That new and beautiful hardwood floor in Unit 2A is Unit 1A’s worse nightmare. Suddenly, a normally soft shoed neighbor sounds like a flamenco dancer at full crescendo. While new construction usually provides an extra measure of sound protection, older construction is often woefully inadequate. Is there anything the board can do besides turn a deaf ear?  Read More……

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