This outlines a lot of the community rules, such as what type of modifications you can make to the home, rules about pets, fencing, and other miscellaneous community guidelines.

I knew of a gentleman who purchased at a community and owned a catering business that included a large van. Because the van couldn’t fit in his garage he parked it in his driveway until the association told him he was not allowed to do so because the signs pasted across the side of his vehicle constituted a commercial vehicle, which was banned from overnight parking in the streets or driveways of the community.

It is the little things that MATTER!

It may not be a commercial van, just an above ground endless pool, no matter the item(s), it is always a great idea to know what you are getting your self into.