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Hi. Thank you for your answer.
I have no problem going to my tenant, but it's the HOA I'm worried about. If they don't allow leases of less than 6 months, why would they allow me to submit a lease that basically absolves the tenants from completing a 6 month lease?
so what would happen if i got the tenants to sign a 6 month lease and they "break " the lease after 3 months? can the hoa restrict my re-renting the unit for the remaining 3 months of the lease or impose fines?
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