Veterans Day Lessons

MaxHOA would like to extend a Happy Veterans Day to all of those and the families and loved ones of those who have served.  When it comes to owning a home in a homeowners owners association, there are some things that active duty military, veterans, and HOA boards and property managers should keep in mind when purchasing, renting, or creating policies.  First off, the infamous question of whether to allow or strictly enforce flag policies or allowing members to post emblems and other signage in windows or on lawns in support of military affairs. In a piece from Community Associations Network, the author points out that almost always disagreements between an HOA and military issue reflect negatively on the HOA, even if military status isn’t directly related. This is something to consider when creating or reviewing policies.    Read the article…………..

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