N4T (AZ) Investigators: Tenant upset over HOA decision over “dog” fence
Is it a reasonable enforcement of the rules, or did one man’s homeowner’s association go too far? Dan D’Agostino has buyer’s remorse after renting a new home in Continental Ranch. It all centers around an incident where his dog jumped over the fence, and D’Agostino tried correcting the problem. Read the article………..
…….That’s because, under state law, condo and homeowners association board members cannot be compensated — something residents of Heritage Heights
The process of transferring 2,800 lots in the Desert Carmel subdivision to a new owner has begun. Once it’s complete,
An amendment to the Glacier Lily Estate’s Declaration of Protective Covenants restricting the operation of short-term rentals ruffled some feathers