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SUMMARY OF PROPOSED LEASING & OCCUPANCY CAP
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Following is a summary of some important provisions in the proposed amendment. This is just a summary and all owners are encouraged to review the full amendment. You can locate the full amendment in the Documents and Forms section of our website.
General Purpose. To preserve the character of the subdivision as a predominantly owner-occupied neighborhood as opposed to a rental community.
Grandfathered Leases. Any owner leasing their home upon the date the leasing amendment is filed with the County, and who is current in payment of assessments, shall be entitled to grandfathered status, which shall continue until the earlier of when the Lot is sold, or the date that all current renters vacate the property. A copy of the lease also had to be provided to the Association. Leases with current renters may be renewed within the discretion of the Board if the owner is current in payment of assessments, and the renters are in compliance with the requirements of the covenants.
Definition of Leasing. Leasing is defined as a person occupying a home who is not the owner or the owner’s immediate family. The immediate family includes parents, grandparent, or former spouse of an owner. Short term leases, including rentals through services such as VRBO and Airbnb are prohibited.
5% Leasing Cap. No more then 5% of the homes in the subdivision may be leased at any one time. This 5% cap includes any grandfathered leases. If 5% of the homes are leased, an owner who applies for a leasing permit will be put on a waiting list in the order received.
Leasing Permits. Owners, other than grandfathered owners, who want to lease their home must apply for and receive a leasing permit. In order to qualify for a leasing permit, the owner must first reside in the home for at least a twelve (12) month period, and must be current in payment of assessments to the Association. Leasing permits are not transferrable to subsequent owners.
Hardship Leasing Permits. Even if 5% of the homes in the subdivision are leased, the Board in its discretion may issue a temporary Hardship Permit. By way of illustration, and not prescription, limitation, or restriction, examples of such circumstances might be those in which.
Other Leasing Requirements.
Total Number of Occupants in a Home. The maximum number of occupants per home shall not exceed an average of two persons per bedroom, as ‘bedroom’ is designated and defined in the construction plans.
Proposed Burn Ban
After several of our residents reached out to Bob Weatherford we have concluded that they do not intend to pass this. The BOC will hold the public hearing on this code change and will make a decision on February 27th.
Originally posted 1/25/2018 Updated 2/19/18
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Wednesday, January 24th to Friday, April 20th at Voting Section of Home Page
March HOA Meeting
Monday, March 12th, 7:30pm at Brookstone III Clubhouse
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