Deed restricted

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by ChadsLawn, Jun 28, 2006.

  1. ChadsLawn

    ChadsLawn LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Does that mean I cant go into that neighborhood and do my flyers? There are so many new neighborhoods going up around me. But they all say "deed restricted"... Some also say "no soliciting" I know not to go into those. But what if they say just "deed restricted"?

    Chad
     
  2. MMLawn

    MMLawn LawnSite Gold Member
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    Deed Restricted basically means it is a HOA Controlled neighborhood with restrictions on what homeowners can and cannot do on/with their property and homes placed either by the HOA or the developer.
     
  3. ChadsLawn

    ChadsLawn LawnSite Bronze Member
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    oh ok thanks.. So I cant do flyers there right?
     
  4. Grits

    Grits LawnSite Silver Member
    from Florida
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    You can pass out flyers in a deed restricted neighborhood (unless otherwise posted). The deed restriction is just for the homeowners. They have to build their house to a certain standard. Also, usually included is stuff like having to keep the grass cut, no junky looking stuff where others can see it. etc.
     
  5. ed2hess

    ed2hess LawnSite Fanatic
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    You can pass them out but be prepared to get a negative call or two. We hit some of these areas many times a year and we always get several calls telling us that they don't want flyers put on their house. Sometime if they are irrate enough they will write a letter in their HOA newletter urging other members not to use you because you are a violator. My advise is that go ahead and pass them out and be nice if they call. Often people don't have courage to leave a name or address and often call from unlisted number. We got one call that was so bad I notified police.
     
  6. ChadsLawn

    ChadsLawn LawnSite Bronze Member
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    well I guess Ive been lucky. Ive never(knock on wood) had anyone call me other than an estimate.
     

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