The battle between a homeowner’s association and a residence for homeless youth appears to be coming to an end.
A Frisco homeowners association is putting up a fight over some new neighbors who want to move into the community. The debate is over a house for homeless teens and young adults that would be incorporated in a neighborhood off Coit and Lebanon Road.
The City of Murphy set new rules about landscaping, banning homeowners from installing synthetic turf and artificial grass in areas visible from the street.
Homeowners partnered with Fort Worth’s graffiti abatement team and students from the art department at Paschal High School to revamp Jennings-May-St. Louis Park in south Fort Worth.
A Grand Prairie neighborhood is keeping a close eye on what’s happening along their streets. You won’t see the cameras, but they’ll see you.
Most homeowners associations come with a lot of rules. But they also come with plenty of benefits.
An estimated four million Texans live in neighborhoods with Homeowners Associations or HOAs. Critics call HOAs dictatorships that wield far too much power.
Many residents across Texas are glad to hear that new laws, which take effect with the new year, aim to curb the authority of homeowners associations.