Posted By ValerieH2 on 10/25/2019 11:50 AM
We have the opportunity to purchase an additional strip of land behind our house that would include lake access. It has been approved by the county for purchase, and the county said the additional parcel will become part of the Planned Development in which I live.
What if you dont want it to become part of the planned development. Sale should still be able to happen? Right? Not sure why it would need to be approved by the county for purchase. Typically you buy something then notify the county you bought it so they can record it.
I see on the county website where we can combine the 2 parcels into 1.
If the county says that the parcels will become part of my Planned Development, MUST the HOA cover it or is it their choice?
HOA would have to vote on it.
Will the HOA automatically include the additional piece of land, or what is the procedure for their approval?
I have 9 neighbors who also have the opportunity to purchase their lake access strips, and I think the HOA will be useful, especially to help with rules and regulations should there be a conflict with a neighbor. Some of my neighbors, however, do not want HOA involvement.
What if all nine neighbors dont want it to become part of the planned development. What if only 3 do?