In a recent news article, a Frisco area homeowner is up in arms after his homeowners association allegedly asked him to stain the ‘weathered’ shutters on his home. The association sent the owner a violation …Continue reading
Category: Covenant Enforcement
Due Process Rights Exist for Homeowners
If you are like myself and take pride in the community association industry, it is hard not to get annoyed when you see false information being spread about various association issues. It seems that a …Continue reading
Should an HOA be Regulating “Adult” Activities?
Many of you may have read or heard the news story about certain ‘adult’ activities occurring in a single family home located in a homeowners association in Castle Rock. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/04/24/wild-sex-parties-in-upscale-colorado-community-disturbing-residents.html. However, should the homeowners association …Continue reading
Association Remedies for Unauthorized Improvements
A homeowners association in Omaha, Nebraska is threatening to sue one of its homeowners after they failed to remove vinyl shutters that were not approved by the association. Even though the black shutters are not …Continue reading
Religious Statue Removal
A homeowners association in New Mexico is requiring a homeowner to remove a religious statue from the front yard of his home. The statue has been present for over nine years. The homeowner also claims …Continue reading
HOA in Ohio requiring Veteran to remove or move Flagpole flying U.S. or Air Force Flags
A recent news story reported that an HOA in Ohio is requiring an owner to remove his flagpole or attach it to his home. According to the story, the owner has flown either the United …Continue reading
Association Fines: Is $900,000 too much?
The Aspen Times recently reported that an HOA in Pitkin County is being sued over $900k in fines that it assessed against one of its homeowners. The fines were assessed against the homeowner as a …Continue reading
Spring is Here: Association Measures to Prevent Design Review Issues
Yesterday marked the first day of Spring –finally! With warmer weather on its way, many homeowners are itching to start new landscape and improvement projects. With a few simple and proactive steps, a community association …Continue reading
Do your community association parking restrictions address tanks?
You did not misread the headline. According to BGR Media published story, a Texas attorney recently purchased a WWII-era tank and parked it on the side of the street in front of his home. The …Continue reading
Traffic Enforcement in your Community Association?
A recent Fox4 news story from Florida addressed a story about the legality surrounding traffic enforcement in an Estero, Florida homeowner’s association. The story alleges that a resident was fined $100, without picture or video …Continue reading