7 Simple Steps for Preserving Curb Appeal in Homeowner Associations

Anyone who has ever served on the Board of Directors of a Homeowner Association has experienced the frustration of homeowners who fail to mow their lawn regularly or properly maintain their home. “How can they do that?” you may ask, “when they agreed to abide by their rules when they purchased their home in our community!” Even when owners are notified of rule infractions, it can be difficult to get everyone in the community on board. Over the years we have found some tried and true measures to help you resolve these issues for the greater good of the community when a homeowner seemingly thumbs their nose at the rules.    Read the article…………..

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