Hi, I found that the property 507 Latimer Circle, Campbell does not have cooling. Will the HOA allow the new owner to install central air?

Asked by mary.raj2011, San Jose, CA Sat Aug 17, 2013

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Michelle Car…, Agent, Coppertino, AL
Fri Nov 1, 2013
Read the HOA docs and/or ask the neighbors. If you can see other units with central air, it's likely you can do it too.

However, there are many HOAs that are not able to handle central air, so find out now.
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joycelyn_mag…, Both Buyer And Seller, Campbell, CA
Sun Aug 25, 2013
The HOA Board has approved other requests to upgrade to central air; there are published procedures for making the request and there may already be published guidelines. There should be no problem with the wiring as many of the units are already equipped with the air conditioning.
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Juliana Lee, Agent, Palo Alto, CA
Sun Aug 18, 2013
You would have to ask the HOA to be certain. Some very approximate guidelines to base a guess on: the property has a fenced patio at the back where the air conditioner's compressor could be placed, the townhouse is fairly new so wiring may be able to handle the added demand, the home has central forced air heat, the nearby 513 Latimer was sold in 2001 and had air conditioning.

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Rishab Jain, , Fremont, CA
Sat Aug 17, 2013
It's always good to clarify this with HOA management as it varies. If you would like to help further contact me and will find more info on it.


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Terri Vellios, Agent, Campbell, CA
Sat Aug 17, 2013
All HOA's will require you to submit to architectural review for those types of changes. If it is baseboard heating it may be a challenge. If you have central heating with ducts and other condos have condenser units it may be possible. You will need to review and talk with the HOA.
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