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As a Board, May Your HOA Deny Backyard Farms in Your City?

If you’re driving down certain suburban roads in Phoenix, Mesa and Chandler, you may come across a house or two with horses roaming through a homeowner’s fenced-in front yard. As Phoenix and the surrounding area continues to grow, how do city and HOA regulations...

Holiday Lighting and Your HOA

Holiday lights are one of the season’s simple pleasures—or at least you would think so. Conflicts can arise when HOAs seek to regulate the community’s seasonal decorations. Can they do that? How can you find out what the rules are, and how can you appeal to change...

HOAs and Parking: What You Need to Know

What is the policy regarding HOA parking liability in Arizona? Whether you’re a member of the association or a member of the board, it behooves you to know more about this common source of potential conflict. Because parking is such a crucial part of everyday life for...

Four Reasons to Choose Licensed and Bonded Contractors Over Handymen

Every HOA needs to be careful who they hire for general contractor work. While the expense of hiring licensed contractors may seem prohibitive, the risks of unlicensed handymen in Arizona are extensive and could incur costs that make the original savings not worth it....