People in Louisiana and Eastern Texas invest a lot of money and time in their construction projects. Whether it is the new dream home of a couple or the latest development of an investment group, the last thing any real estate investor wants is to discover a major problem with their property's construction.
There may be an impression among Louisiana residents that homeowners associations are very bureaucratic in that they tell individual residents in subdivisions what they can and cannot do.
A condominium that is supposedly leaning by three inches has prompted the general contractor on the project to file suit against the property developer.
Right now, the area in and around the Big Easy is experiencing a spike in new construction projects. In particular, new condominium develops are popping up all over the greater New Orleans area.
Purchasing and owning a home is an exciting and major life event. However, owning a home is much more than owning a residence. A house comes with many responsibilities and upkeep, and if a home is purchased in a development, such as a homeowners association, it means following certain rules and regulations. To some, this may seem very minimal and could possibly be an ideal environment for them. But if violations occur, this could create a complex matter for a homeowner.