FAQ’s

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[acc_item title=”What is a Neighborhood Association?”]A Neighborhood Association is an organization that has been assembled for the common good of the neighborhood. They watch out for the neighborhood and make sure residence stay with in the deeded restrictions. They can also plan social events such as 4th of july parade, and community wide contest like yard of the month.[/acc_item]
[acc_item title=”How is a Neighborhood Association different from an HOA?”]The only real difference is in how they can enforce deeded restrictions. Deed restrictions are required to be followed regardless of an active HOA or NA.[/acc_item]
[acc_item title=”Why do I have to stay with in the deeded restrictions”]When you purchased your property you took on certain responsibilities such as maintaining your property in accordance with the deeded restrictions. Regardless of the presence of an HOA those restrictions are in place and must be followed.[/acc_item]

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