My question involves real estate located in the State of: Texas
We live in a very well-to-do rural community. My husband and I built in this area because of the restrictions listed below:
*brick structured home of over 1000 sq. ft
*own one acre of land or more with only one residence per acre
*no RVs, mobilehomes, etc. allowed-exception to this is the right to use for no more than six months of any calendar year.
*no junk or wrecked vehicles or equipment shall be permitted
*overnight parking on roadways is prohibited
Our community is mini-farms/ranches that do not want the legalities of a HOA. Unfortunately, we have a couple across the road that live in a fifth-wheel and are allowing two other families to store their RVs. Since the restrictions were amended to read that the person/persons can live in the RV for six months, does this mean that they can store other RV's too?
What steps do my husband and I take to make sure that the deed restrictions are being followed? There might be a time in the future that we want to sell and move, so I would like to rectify this problem.