Hello Brian, I am not sure that would be an option as where ever a telephone pole is, it is on an easement that the utility companies have to place poles, electicity, water, etc and have to have access to these 7-10ft spaces in front of, next to or in the back of each property lines. Check your preliminary title report and it will show where the easements are located on your property.
Your city or county websites should have some contact them informaion. This information is just my opinion, Good luck.
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Your assessment is one factor, the tax rate is the other factor. One can go up and the other can go down making the tax you paid increase or decease. You can argue assessments to the local tax office, but you better be loaded with real facts and not any silly online estimates from Trulia or Zillow. They won't believe those silly things. You have to show where they made an error in the assessment by showing sales that occurred recently.... more
Go to www.naca.com website. Click on the homsave button on the top of the page, click on submission, at the bottom of the home save page there is a button that says"new members click here". Click on that button and it will give you a page to complete for membeship. If you still have trouble, try calling 888-302-NACA to speak with someone.
I hope this helps, sorry it took so long for you to get an answer, I just saw your question.
Though there are plenty of firns from individuals to large statewide mgt. cos. working the HOA mgt.
space, how they shop for services varies depending on board members, and who there other advisors are. Many may be surprised at how little most directors know about management. Often
Boards are not trained, or not well trained. As you know, most people resist change, so that makes
it hard for any new vendor/service to get a chance to serve them.
If you haven't already checked out www.davis-stirling.com, and www.echo-ca.org, and other sites that serve HOAs, advertising there may help.... more
Clear it out as much as possible to create space. Then use a wide angle lens to capture that space and make your apartment look big. I also recommend using one picture of each room as opposed to several. Use a professional photographer one that is used to shooting interiors, that person will have more tips.... more