Concord Square Rules we Live By
Our goal is a maintain a aesthetically pleasing living environment that promotes unity and trust among our neighbors and community
Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs)
What Are Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs)?
Concord Square Declaration of CC&Rs is the legal document that lays out the guidelines for our community. The CC&Rs are recorded in the land records in the county where the property is located and are legally binding. When you purchase a lot or a home in a our community, in most cases, you’ll automatically become a member of the HOA.
Basically, the CC&Rs are the rules of your neighborhood. They govern what you can, can’t, or must do with respect to your home. For example, the CC&Rs might require you to keep your garage door closed or prohibit certain types of landscaping. It’s also typical for the CC&Rs to regulate things like basketball hoops, clotheslines, fences, TV antennas/satellite dishes, and garbage cans.
If you don’t abide by the CC&Rs, the HOA might impose penalties for violations, like fines and various other consequences.
Concord Homeowners Association By-Laws
What Are Bylaws?
Concord Square HOA, is set up as a nonprofit corporation, is an organization established to manage the Concord Square community. Like other corporations, the HOA is governed by a board of directors who are elected by the members and a set of rules called “bylaws.”
The bylaws govern how the HOA operates and contain the information needed to run the HOA as a business. The bylaws cover matters including:
- how often the HOA holds meetings
- how the meetings are conducted
- the duties of the various offices of the board of directors
- how many people are on the board, and
- membership voting rights.
If you’re thinking about buying a home the Concord Square community—or you already live here—take the time to familiarize yourself with both the CC&Rs and the bylaws. That way, you’ll be aware of any neighborhood restrictions and you’ll understand how the community operates. If you have any questions about the HOA’s governing documents and your rights, consider talking to a real estate lawyer.
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