[AMRadio] Fighting deed restrictions (long story)


alton young w4bni at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 16 14:05:30 EDT 2008


I lived in a condo for one year and that was enough i didnt fight the assn because i new going in what i signed.If you buy in a deed restricted community  being a ham you got what you deserved .I ran psk31 and enjoyed it to a magnet wire antenna under the eve.But the grown men who move in there should stop whining...imho.w4bni--- On Wed, 7/16/08, Bob Young <youngbob53 at msn.com> wrote:

From: Bob Young <youngbob53 at msn.com>
Subject: [AMRadio] Fighting deed restrictions (long story)
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2008, 1:54 PM

>
> Message: 3
> Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 10:19:02 -0400
> From: "Todd, KA1KAQ" 
>
> On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 11:57 PM, Bob Young  wrote:
>
>> I am living in an apartment at present in MA (you think VT is bad)
>
> It is! We used to laugh about 'Taxachussetts' because of the
insanity
> there, but we've since surpassed you in both tax burden (highest in
> the US) and ridiculous politics. Uncle Teddy would probably be seen as
> a conservative up here.

I think our states have traded places, except it is far too congested unlike
your's and is still regulated to the point of stupidity, I'm looking to
move too within the next couple of years and probably somewhere near you. My
wife loves Miami which I really don't like very much so I figure perhaps NC
is a good compromise. (Seems to be a lot of good radio people there too with one
more coming)


>> I have considered moving here someday as prices are cheap, the weather
is great, and the people are nice, but I will NEVER buy or rent a condo again
anywhere, here or in the States. That one Condo Cop experience was enough for
me and there was no antenna restriction there.
>
> Precisely. When we decided to move to the Raleigh NC area, I started
> looking online long before any move, checking zoning, taxes, and so
> on. We were both there in April (Jen had work meetings for her new
> job, I was scoping out real estate), I spent a couple days with a
> Realtor. She showed me some very nice houses in new developments, most
> with an acre of land or close. Trees, country settings...and HOA
> restrictions. She had printed out one sheet for a property about 25
> miles north of Raleigh, but figured it would be too far out for us
> (wife works on north Raleigh, who knows where I'll end up?). It ended
> up being perfect, nearly 3 acres in a very rural setting with minimal
> zoning restrictions meant mostly to control industrial development.
> Realtor was surprised, particularly since it was only meant to give us
> some ideas to ponder. Instead we found a house and ended up buying it.
> We were pretty much resigned to taking an apartment at least for a
> while.
>

Sounds great to me, I think I dreamed about your house last night, hi!

> BTW - don't miss
> George's next R-390A workshop at the October NEAR-Fest, it's going
to
> be great!
> ~ Todd, KA1KAQ

I hope to be there, I had to work all weekend this spring, which was not fun
especially since I knew what was going on in NH. His workshop was the high
point of the NEAR-Fest for me last year.


Bob Young
KB1OKL
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