Just wondering if anyone else is having their signs taken?

Just wondering if anyone else is having their signs taken?

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Old 11-11-2019, 09:52 PM
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I am starting to wonder how much power Community Watch really has. I've seen them request folks having parties require attendees to park on one side only. if the roads really belong to the county, how can they "demand" any thing regarding street parking? Also, if a sign is on some ones property, how can they legally remove the sign?

Point of interest, some homeowners never had to sign any restrictive covenants. On a resale, does the sale require that the covenants need to be followed to the new buyer? I comply with the covenants but do not recall having to sign any agreement at the closing since I was not there.
Yes we bought a home owned by other people first and we had to obey the deed restrictions. They're not as strict as other parts of the Villages but we still have to follow the ones we have. It's one of the documents you have to sign at the closing.
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Old 11-11-2019, 10:19 PM
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Point of interest, some homeowners never had to sign any restrictive covenants. On a resale, does the sale require that the covenants need to be followed to the new buyer? I comply with the covenants but do not recall having to sign any agreement at the closing since I was not there.
The covenants are assigned to the parcel, not the owner.
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I am starting to wonder how much power Community Watch really has. I've seen them request folks having parties require attendees to park on one side only. if the roads really belong to the county, how can they "demand" any thing regarding street parking? Also, if a sign is on some ones property, how can they legally remove the sign?

Point of interest, some homeowners never had to sign any restrictive covenants. On a resale, does the sale require that the covenants need to be followed to the new buyer? I comply with the covenants but do not recall having to sign any agreement at the closing since I was not there.
For safety sake, doesn't that make sense??
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I am starting to wonder how much power Community Watch really has. I've seen them request folks having parties require attendees to park on one side only. if the roads really belong to the county, how can they "demand" any thing regarding street parking? Also, if a sign is on some ones property, how can they legally remove the sign?

Point of interest, some homeowners never had to sign any restrictive covenants. On a resale, does the sale require that the covenants need to be followed to the new buyer? I comply with the covenants but do not recall having to sign any agreement at the closing since I was not there.
Cause the some streets are too narrow for parking on both side for wider fire truck to safely pass.
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Old 11-13-2019, 07:21 AM
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I am starting to wonder how much power Community Watch really has. I've seen them request folks having parties require attendees to park on one side only. if the roads really belong to the county, how can they "demand" any thing regarding street parking? Also, if a sign is on some ones property, how can they legally remove the sign?

Point of interest, some homeowners never had to sign any restrictive covenants. On a resale, does the sale require that the covenants need to be followed to the new buyer? I comply with the covenants but do not recall having to sign any agreement at the closing since I was not there.
Deed Restrictions run "with the land" and are fully recorded in the county land records. A competent real estate sales person would make sure that his/her buyer has a copy before signing a sales contract. Some sales agencies require that their agents obtain a signed copy from buyers so that there is no "blow back" from buyers who later claim they were not inform of said restrictions. A buyer's ignorance of the existence or provisions of recorded restrictions in no way excuses them from compliance.
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And yet, when the deed restrictions and covenants are filed with the clerk of courts, that constitutes "constructive notice", which by definition means that the developer has informed everyone. Ignorance of the law is not an excuse.
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Yes, all of the time even if you have the property owners permission....not village sales people only outside. My step son works for an outside realtor . It's no different than a garage sale sign put up the day of sale and than removed later. TV wants ALL of the money...greedy b******s. Another point is when you list exclusively with TV you don't get any MLS, Zillow, etc exposure.
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Yes, all of the time even if you have the property owners permission....not village sales people only outside. My step son works for an outside realtor . It's no different than a garage sale sign put up the day of sale and than removed later. TV wants ALL of the money...greedy b******s. Another point is when you list exclusively with TV you don't get any MLS, Zillow, etc exposure.

There is no business anywhere that will survive that "gives away" business. That just is unrealistic. I see nothing wrong with the "greedy bastards". I rather like them.
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