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TX: HOA bans homeowners renting to sex offenders, but is it legal?

HOUSTON – A Fort Bend County neighborhood’s homeowners association has put a ban on any homeowner renting to a registered sex offender.

Lots of families with young children live in the Kingdom Heights neighborhood. The deed restrictions established by the HOA for the quiet suburban Houston community are crystal clear — no homeowner may lease to a residence to a registered sex offender. Full Article

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  1. Stephen

    If I recall, housing restrictions started in America when a HOA or home builder in Texas was building new homes and stated they wouldn’t allow RSO’s.

  2. Bruce Ferrell

    CC&R/HOA agreements constitute contracts. The registration acts specifically state registration may not be used to discriminate in housing and employment (public policy). Contracts that violate public policy are illegal; ergo these contracts are illegal and at least those portions are unenforceable (see: severability in contracts).

    Now… find someone to argeue and shoulder the expenses of that 🙁

  3. anon # 213046232-23820202-327

    I think we all should obtain the homeowners ASSoc’s email address and email them and say “Im a sex offender, not on the registry and I live on such and such a street) that is within the HOA’s property area… when they get flooded they will TRY and look into who everyone is LOL all in a sheer panic 🙂

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