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Old 08-26-2010, 01:28 PM   #57
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Originally Posted by TXiceman View Post
During my tenure on the board, I learned a lot about people and the 80 - 20% rule applies and it might be closer to 90 - 10%...90% complain and 10% do. I also learned that I am not going to do that again.


Yes, you won't do it again BUT the damage is now done.

That property will remain restricted for just about forever. Every subsequent owner will have to either submit or walk away.

So most people will say there's nothing wrong with that, people can walk away. Except for the matter of the expanding numbers of properties ruined by this.

It's possible to tie up all property this way. Nobody will have a place to escape. Remember 1965 had 500 and now there are 250,000 HOA's!! 50 million people affected. Do the math except realize that most of the change took place recently and your graph will point straight up very soon.

You'll be hogtied and branded before you know what happened.

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Old 08-26-2010, 09:41 PM   #58
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Originally Posted by TXiceman View Post

I wish I had the money to go outside of Houston a ways and buy a few acres of land and lay out a subdivision around RV owners. You would have to have an RV and park it at your home to even live here (Prevost or Prowler,). You could park it beside the house on a pad or put up a shelter for it...just not park it on the street. You could even put in an additional slot so you could have guest visit for up to 2 weeks and they could live in the RV.

How many acres? will you have a section for the deer hunters to park their rv's? There are a few acres available out here.
Small Business Loan/grant? all of this is possible.. PM me or research it.
good luck, be patient filing for a grant

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