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Eadecker, Home Owner in Windham, ME

My question is, why do you feel its okay to ignore a covidence in a neighborhood, while attempting to sell a home?

Asked by Eadecker, Windham, ME Tue Jun 28, 2011

In this particular covidence grass is to be a certain height and fences are to be standing. The house that is in question is 9 Starlit Way, Windham. The grass is knee high and 2 pannels of the fence has fallen down on one side and pannels have been kicked in on the other.

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It is never ok, but it happens. It is up to the neighborhood assoc. To enforce the rules. If you buy the home, compliance will fall to you even if the prior owner did not comply
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Dec 7, 2013
It sounds as if the home has been abandoned. The homeowner's association may have a cause of action against the homeowner. However, when a home has been abandoned there is often a financial hardship on the part of the seller and it's a little like getting blood from a stone. It would certainly be worth a phone call to the seller. Neighbors might find comfort in the fact that a new owner will likely live on site and maintain the property in accordance with the HOA regs.

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