Residents: Home Values Drop Due to Unenforced CCRs (ID)

Residents of a Twin Falls subdivision are considering legal action against developers, saying the covenants, conditions and restrictions meant to regulate the neighborhood’s housing design and upkeep have not been enforced.  Julie Davis moved to Settlers Ridge Subdivision in northwest Twin Falls in 2008.  “I remember when the only houses on our street were mine and my neighbor’s across the street,” she said. When her house was constructed, she said the builder made her aware of the CCRs, written by the subdivision’s developers and filed with Twin Falls County. She said they were strictly followed.  But years later, and after house numbers have grown, the standards are not being enforced as they once were, she said.    Read the article…………

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