|Documents v. Reality||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Holly McNutt (holly.mcnuttgmail.com)|
|Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2012 08:34:03 -0800 (PST)|
Here at Nyland our Board of Directors, on which I serve, is looking into revising our governing docs (CC&R's and Bylaws) to more accurately reflect the agreements we truly live by. In a nutshell, the docs are pretty much standard issue HOA variety, which helps people get mortgages and such, and the community agreements are more "cohousing-ish." This has worked for 20 years now, but some people feel they really ought to be more in line. I find myself in the "let's not revise" camp because it looks like an awfully big job and I am not sure how changes away from the HOA norm might affect future financing options. I like the idea of greater consistency, but wonder if it's worth it, or even possible since there are areas where we don't even really HAVE firm agreements. Has anyone else dealt with this? Thanks, Holly
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