The only condition the company places is that the home must be owned and not leased or rented. No mention of any concerns about entering into such an agreement for owners whose homes are located inside community associations where the neighbors might very well have some issues with a “billboard house” in their midst. Of course, there could be problems with municipal and county codes as well for owners living outside associations.
Still, it is food for thought. There are two types of delinquent owners: those who are not paying the association because they have not made the association assessment a priority and might even believe that the association has no recourse against them and those owners who simply cannot pay due to a job loss, illness, death, disability or other reversal of fortune. For the latter category, no amount of use suspensions, threats or other actions will make much difference.
How far is too far when it comes to saving your property? Judge for yourself: http://www.adzookie.com/paintmyhouse.php
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