Neighbor Annoyances In Your HOA

When people live in close proximity, as with homeowner association common wall living, lifestyle clashes are more likely. Noise is the most common complaint followed closely by odors, health and sanitation issues, cigarette smoke and curb appeal. The board is challenged from time to time to sort out various nuisances that interfere with a member’s enjoyment of their property. To intervene or not to intervene? That is the question.     Read the article…………


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