Can you suggest a good source for defining "common elements"? " We need common-sense, plain-English language to clarify--especially in a historic building plagued with water issues, in many cases of unidentifiable origin.
We have neighbors in our HOA that have messy years and do not landscape. The HOA may be able to cover a little of the landscaping but we can't pick up the trash and junk from their front yards. Any suggestions how to deal with this?
Can the HOA limit the number of units owned by a single buyer? Can the board limit the number of units owned or rented under 18yrs. Or under 55yrs.of age in a 55 or older community that is deemed to be 80-20 community?
I recently purchased a townhouse that has an HOA. It currently sits with the builder of the 5 units, 3 of which have sold. The builder and his wife are the executive board, the president when does HOA board transition?