It sounds like you have all ready put up with too much. You may need to contact the authorities. If there are other neighbors that are being effected in the same manner as you, we suggest approaching this problem as a group. Groups generally get a higher level of attention. Take a stand......
Don't give up... I have felt your pain, having had same issues. The H.O.A. should have an official complaint form for you to fill out. The CC&Rs will clarify H.O.A. limitations, ie: fines to home owner etc. to entice the home owner to rectify nuances. Calling the police might be more affective immediately. I pursued the H.O.A, the home owner, and threatened to sue home owner, noise nuances are against city ordinances, I had finally reached the home owners complaint threshold. RI, good luck to you, my situation got better.
I know what you are talking about, and how frustated it can get?
There rules that after hours (varies by city) noise should be out (parties, barking dogs etc). Call the police they are pretty good inforcing the rules. and also like everybody mention it leaves paper trail
Property Management are pretty good when they need to evict a renter.
Hope your situation change soon.
While you might get some result from calling the police the landlord is ultimately respnsible for resolving the problem.
I am curous why the eviction was unuccessful.
There are attorneys who special in evictions.
You might suggest to your landlord that it may be time to hiire one.
Check with your local real estate professional as they may know a couple of good attorneys.
All the best,
Hope this helps you.
I worry about a possible "ghetto justice" mentality with the renters, that even though they cause the problems they can do anything in the name of exacting revenge.
thank you all again.
I can share my experience since I own a rental myself and have dealt with some difficult tenants. Check your CC&R's closely, if they are in violation turn them into your HOA board. The owner will have to deal with his tenant. I make all my renters sign an additional agreement that they will obey the CC&R's. If that does not fix the problem and its not an HOA issue, but its a noise issues or other things, call the police. Some towns also have rules with investment properties where if the tenant is not taking care of issues, the city can fine the landlord. I know in Tempe where I live the city has some strict laws about investment properties. Beyond that there is not much you can do. Good Luck,