Moral of the story: If you aren’t willing to comply with HOA rules, don’t buy a home in a neighborhood that has one. From ABC 11:
That’s why Reier was surprised when a letter arrived from her homeowner’s association telling her – and dozens of her Carpenter Village neighbors – that their lawns don’t meet their homeowner’s association standards.
From weeds to bare spots, the HOA has demanded residents submit a lawn care action plan in writing.
“With so many people being unemployed, out of work and having a hard time just paying their mortgages, well, they want us to hire someone to come up with a lawn maintenance plan.
Yes, this is silly, so be careful what you agree to in HOA documents. They are notorious for this kind of stuff.
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