Neighbor vs. absentee neighbor: the Airbnb wars

Home Owner Associations, or HOAs, have sought to regain control by passing covenants, conditions, and restrictions prohibiting short term rentals. The issue rose to the Idaho Supreme Court in Adams vs. Kimberly One Home Owner’s Association. In Adams, the state’s highest court ruled that despite purchasing the residence when the CC&Rs allowed unlimited “rental,” that the HOA could, by a majority percentage vote, change the CC&Rs to prohibit short term rentals.     Read the article…………


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