Is Your View Protected?
Beautiful views are often a top priority when searching for a new home, and they typically come at a premium price. But does that mean you will be able to enjoy it forever? Or could you lose your grand ocean, mountain and city-light vistas? All of us at Echelberger Group are asked this question, so we turned to our expert, Scott Souders, a real estate attorney who has practiced real estate law for more than 42 years in Southern California. Here is more important insight from Scott:
I have received many phone calls over the years from homeowners who want to sue their neighbors, the city or their HOA because they have “lost their view” due to construction on a neighboring lot or the neighbor’s trees have grown like weeds. Almost without question, the homeowner feels strongly that they paid for this view and it’s protected under California law.
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