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Old 06-24-2021, 11:02 PM   #21
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So...you already have plans to move, but asked for advice/comments/input on a problem you've already planned to solve well in advance based on loan PQ letter.

Sounds like you need reassurance.

You're doing the right thing.

Better now?

I didn’t … until this. It just leaves a bad taste. Don’t need any anxiety inducing neighbors, nor threats from an HOA lead by the HOA president.

It literally was not until the complaint that I hit up har.com to start looking around. Icing on the cake you might say.
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Old 06-24-2021, 11:03 PM   #22
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Best of luck with the move and finding a better place.
Thank you, brother!
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Old 06-25-2021, 05:30 PM   #24
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OP must have used a fly by night title company to close, pretty sure HOA rules are part of the standard checklist for buyers to receive.
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should have been included in the closing paperwork you signed/received.
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I’m one of three original homeowners from 2014 in the community. No HOA rules have ever been shared or provided. I did not get into motorcycling until I’d been living here for several years, and the neighbors have said nothing more than, “sweet ride!” and been positive about it. I was perplexed when I was quoted “Article so and so”. It’s a 6 townhome community with $400 annual fees to maintain nothing more than a 3x12 foot lawn outside the gate, and any maintenance required on the gate. I ride 20 yards from my garage through the exit gate at idle; there’s no revving of the engines in my garage or inside my community, ever.

I hear my neighbor start up his Porsche Macan GTS every day; it doesn’t bother me the least. Funny how it’s his wife who’s the president of the HOA. AND that they own TWO Porsches. The irony is just too much to handle.
Go make friends with them and if that dont work to ease the situation then file a complaint on them
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