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chili.robins…, Home Owner in Fort Worth, TX

how do I get a copy of the HOA bylaws in Dalworthington Gardens, Arlington, Texas?

Asked by chili.robinson, Fort Worth, TX Wed Mar 27, 2013

A new structure is being build that totally obstructs the adjoining property's viewand subsequently drastically lowering any future sales price. I need a copy of the bylaws to see how this is possible.

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The United Home Team Vet Joseph Fernandez’s answer
I would contact you local HOA and request a copy of the bylaws. Alot of the time they will give you a link to view it in pdf forms online. Hopefully this helps. Note: This only applies if this current property is falling in the same exsisting HOA subdivision. Let us know what you uncover.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Apr 11, 2013
Your question is understandable. HOA's, if any, and building restrictions are specific to each subdivision and are filed of public record. DWG has overall restrictions and guidelines regarding the size of lots, etc. which may be obtained by contacting Dalworthington Gardens at the phone number and link below.

(817) 275-1234 - 2600 Roosevelt Dr, Arlington, TX
City of Dalworthington Gardens

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 2, 2013
Call the city planning and zoning. This is an issue for a lot of people so that is why these people are looking around everybody's homes. It is needed to keep subdivisions up to selling standards so they will use code enforcement to help you either anonymously or knowingly----choice is yours. Call me if you need more help at 817-469-1625 ext 3419. Jeff Cassell
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 27, 2013
Dalworthington Gardens is a city, not an HOA.
So you would want to check with the planning and zoning department and commission at the city and or the building inspector.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 27, 2013
Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
I would contact the HOA directly to make sure they received approval.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 27, 2013
Recommend contact the city file a complaint with the other homeowners

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