Consumer Law

Bill Would Change Renting Homes in Planned Communities

The ability of homeowners to rent their residential property in a planned community is a hot button issue in North Carolina and across the country. Community associations are often leery of tenants—after all, tenants do not pay assessments, often do not share a vested, long-term interest in the community, but still have access to community amenities. Homeowners seeking to rent their residential property in a planned community, however, view renting as an inherent part of their ability to use their properties in any manner they see fit. 

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