As a homeowner in Casa De Oaks, I have lived here for over 12 years. Casa De Oaks is an owner ocuppied only complex. In order to rent your unit in our complex, a person must go through the City of T.O. and show personal financial hardship. Renters are discouraged, as well as large investors. The reason is that our complex was originally set up as housing for us as homeowners, not for investment purposes. We, as homeowners, like to have voting rights over our HOA, our homes and what happens here. Without the proper approval from the City, if your renters are a problem, our HOA will shut you down by reporting your unit to the city. We don't like noisy or messy people. I've seen this happen. Due to the economy, our HOA is currently turning a blind eye to renters, as long as the monthy HOA dues are paid, but I've recently seen a couple who left. They had porch parties every night. We also had a unit in the past which we called the frat house. They left, too. If you feel confident that you will be renting to responsible people, then go for it. The first warning is a warning only, then comes the fines. We are pretty laid back here, but I would suggest you talk to people who actually live here or our management company, Integrity Management Group, for the purpose of obtaining information regarding renting a unit or units. Good luck.