Yikes, the vague information from HOA in the rental agreement is super frustrating for a tenant who just wants to follow the rules but is struggling to find the rules. I`ve heard a lot of stories that look like yours. Sometimes there happens where an HOA will apparently be mia, and then suddenly they come through and finely a lot of people, for things like parking or outdoor decorations, out of nowhere. For what`s worth it, you`re probably not the only ones who have been involved in the park`s penalties. It may be helpful to understand a little bit about how HOAs and rentals work. The owner of your property hires a property management company, property management is probably not related to the HOA, so they may not even know the rules of the HOA. They use a generic lease that mentions an HOA, so that if the HOA ever enforces rules, the lease would cover them “technically” because they will be held accountable for their detention. It is quite confusing and annoying about the end of the tenants. Good morning.
I own it in New York. Specifically, in Westchester County. I have a tenant who rents. He advised her to move in three months. Six months later, he`s still here. The tenancy agreement expressly provides that if the tenant goes to an MTM rent, the rent will be increased by $500.00. I pushed him to sign a revival without success. He keeps asking problems and cancelling the extension while he pays the 12-month rent. In April, I hand-handmade an explanation of MTM`s rental price, which would be an additional $500 per month. I gave an option for a 12-month extension as another option to keep the rent flat and asked him to sign the 12-month lease with an additional $200 to bring the deposit into line with the monthly rent and also asked him to pay a $500 fine that was valued at the unit. The tenant changed the lease for 12 months, crossed the satisfactory clause and also barred the line for additional funds to ensure security until the current mo.
The rent on the annual rent.