What’s the best way to update architectural rules?

Q: I’m the president of a single-family residential subdivision with about 100 homes. The homeowners assumed control over the homeowners’ association (the HOA) from the developer about a year ago, and our HOA’s board of directors is currently revising and updating the community guidelines and rules. A new builder has purchased several lots, and that has focused our attention on the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) guidelines as the top priority. Would you comment on the following questions?        Read the article………..


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