Locked out: More communities ban homes for lease


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Timothy Hubbard is president of the Heritage at Brookhaven homeowners association. The homeowners association for Heritage feels it is better to rent homes than let them sit vacant. Mike Wolanin / The Daily Journal


Timothy Hubbard, president of the Heritage at Brookhaven homeowners association, poses in front of a rental house in the Franklin subdivision. The homeowners association for Heritage feels it is better to rent homes than let them sit vacant. Mike Wolanin / The Daily Journal


A Greenwood house went from being owned by a family to a rental company in the past year to now being back on the market.

The Pines of Greenwood home was purchased by a rental company in October 2012 but since has been listed for sale again after the neighborhood homeowners association enforced a rule that owners have to live in houses two years before they can be rented.

American Homes 4 Rent, which bought the home and about 350 others in Johnson County in the past 18 months, didn’t fight the homeowners association and is selling the home.

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