My understanding of the law is that the association cannot force a resident from caring for the feral cats or forcing the resident to remove the feral cats from the community. You can contact the local municipality to ascertain their interpretation of the law.
Are you ready for a major financial crisis for your homeowners association? Well, Senate Bill 144 will make the Great Recession and the COVID-19 pandemic look like child’s play.
I expect changes concerning HOA pools to be announced on May 1. I think restrictions will be modified, allowing more use of the facilities by homeowners.
Regardless of whether you invest in the conventional market or you participate in more sophisticated investments like real estate, we are all sitting in a world of unknowns right now. All politics aside, there are a couple things that are certain. First and foremost, at the end of the day, the trillions of dollars that will have been issued for pandemic relief will need to be paid back. Secondly, it can generally be agreed upon that the recourse for those relief dollars will be through taxes. The underlying question here is, what measures are you taking in preparation of this impending tax event?
NBA center DeMarcus Cousins and Rick Harrison, the star of “Pawn Stars” on the History Channel, have sold their Las Vegas homes as the valley’s luxury housing market remains hot.
When the global pandemic hit last year, some communities pulled together to help each other. I decided to talk about their efforts in this column.
Las Vegas has been one of the hardest-hit cities in the U.S. during this global pandemic. Please take a few minutes to contact your state senator and tell them we cannot afford SB 144.
The association has the right to develop rules and regulations. Under Nevada Revised Statutes 116.332 (2), an association may adopt rules that reasonably restrict the manner in which trash containers are stored on the premises. Under subsection 2b, the association can require trash containers be stored in the rear or side yard of the unit, if such locations exist and in such manner that the containers are screened from view from the street, a sidewalk or any adjacent property. My advice you is to comply with the association to avoid being fined.
A recent report by Las Vegas Realtors shows local home prices hitting a new record high while sales are increasing and the housing supply keeps shrinking.
It would have been helpful if you were given a reason so that you would have an opportunity to submit a revised request that could be approved. From what you have sent to me, it appears that you need to include the gate in order for the ribbon driveway to be approved.
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The average size flag pole ranges from 20 feet to 25 feet. Nevada Revised Statute 116 does not include any law as to the height or location of a flag pole. Associations would need to review their governing documents and in particular their architectural guidelines. Your association can have greater restrictions on the height and location of the flag pole than that of Clark County ordiances. Your association board will just have to reach some compromise.
Does Nevada Revised Statues No. 116 make any reference to a homeowner’s right to install any form of security/safety device on their lot or dwelling?
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Kevin Sigstad, a former president of the statewide Nevada Realtors and the Reno/Sparks Association of Realtors, has been elected to serve as a National Association of Realtors regional vice president.