THIS MONTH'S REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE IS ABOUT THE RULES OF THE ROAD FOR YOUR HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION'S DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE
A faithful reader, appraiser Steve Cole, suggested that in my next Update on the subject of homeowners' associations, I should discuss the ins and outs of architectural review, also known as design review. If you have ever lived in a neighborhood governed by, or otherwise had to deal with, a homeowners' association, you have probably heard about the architectural review committee. The architectural review committee is the arm of the homeowners' association that is charged with making decisions implementing the association's aesthetic guidelines. In other words, they get to decide whether or not your house addition, patio wall, or new landscaping will be approved under the association's rules.
Read all about it in my latest Real Estate Law Update, posted in the publications section of deconcinimcdonald.com.
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