If you’re buying a home for sale in Riverview in a community with a homeowners association, you might already have a good understanding of what an HOA does. Neighborhoods with homeowners associations typically have a strong set of rules that everyone living in the community has to follow. These are some of the most common.
Common Rules of Homeowners Associations
Because the purpose of a homeowner’s association is to preserve property values in the neighborhood, each homeowner in the community has to stick to certain rules and regulations, which are outlined in an HOA’s CC&Rs, or covenants, conditions and restrictions.
Some of the most common include:
- Colors that are allowed for exterior house paint
- Property and landscaping standards
- Types of fences that are allowed in the community
- Types of window treatments – the public-facing side – that are allowed in the neighborhood
- Limitations on the types, styles or strengths of security lights you can attach to your home
- Rules on sports equipment you can install in your driveway or yard
- Restrictions on the types and numbers of vehicles you can park in the driveway or on the street
- Property use restrictions
- Pet rules
- Rules on commercial or business uses of land that’s meant for residences
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