Why can Association staff conduct an inspection of my property?

Authority for these inspections is found within the Declaration for Brambleton, Section 3.3. Easement for Upkeep.

(a) Association Access. The Declarant, on behalf of itself and its successors and assigns, hereby grants the right of access over and through any portion of the Property (excluding any improvement) to the Association, the managing agent and any other Persons authorized by the Board of Directors or the appropriate Covenants Committee, in the exercise and discharge of their respective powers and responsibilities, including without limitation to make inspections.

All inspections are performed by members of the Brambleton Community Association staff. Staff does not typically enter fenced yards or access decks during these inspections unless necessary to view conditions. In accordance with the Association’s enforcement policies, notice will be sent to provide time to correct items noted to be in violation of the Brambleton’s governing documents or policies. Please contact our Community Standards Department by email if you have questions regarding the inspection process or any other Covenants related matter.

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1. Why does Brambleton conduct inspections?
2. What items are inspected?
3. Why can Association staff conduct an inspection of my property?
4. When are inspections conducted?
5. Why do I need to apply for improvements on my property?
6. What steps do I take if I want to make changes to the exterior of my home or property?
7. Who reviews my application?
8. What should be included with my design review application?
9. When will my application be reviewed?
10. Do I have to attend a meeting?
11. What if I want an expedited review or I want to submit my application on the day of a meeting?
12. How long is the approved design review application valid?