Can a landowner build a sandpit or landfill plant in our residential neighborhood. if not, how do protest the site development.
I guess I have a question for you. Why are you looking for a "no deed restriction" area? Are you planning on building a business? Storing your RV at your home? Raising a few horses or simply not interested in asking for permission to paint your home Red, White and Blue?!!! Reasons for your search can help the Realtor a great deal in finding the perfect property for you. Speak to us in full confidence your "secrets" will not be revealed to the seller or other parties.
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--Don Tepper is correct- you should contact a title company to find areas which have no deed restrictions. Houston has little or no zoning so that is easier to work with. Most subdivisions in Houston have restrictions especially any area with a homeowners association.
Best of luck to you
Amber Carrillo, Broker Associate
Atlantic & Pacific Real Estate