Don’t Rely on Just ‘Broad Power’ to Adopt Rules
Some association members buy their homes with the plan to rent them to tenants. This is especially typical in beach areas or near ski mountains or nature attractions, where members can get top dollar during the "high season." But temporary tenants in the community can cause problems; they might not care about being a nuisance to permanent residents they’ll never see again. Hopefully, your association has set out parameters for rentals in its governing documents.
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