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Old 09-17-2010, 04:31 PM
 
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Hi -

I am moving to a new home in an development in Anthem Highlands in the near future. I'm pricing moving options and found a shipper that - similar to PODS - leaves a trailer at the originating home for a few days, transports the items and then leaves the trailer at the destination home for a few days. It's larger than a pod however and too big to leave in the driveway so it would have to be on the street for a few days until the company picks it up and drives it away.

Is that the type of situation that likely would violate a local ordinance or HOA rule? I am trying to find out from my realtor as well but thought I might get a good idea/faster reply on here. Thanks.
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Old 09-17-2010, 05:30 PM
 
Location: NW Las Vegas - Lone Mountain
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Hi -

I am moving to a new home in an development in Anthem Highlands in the near future. I'm pricing moving options and found a shipper that - similar to PODS - leaves a trailer at the originating home for a few days, transports the items and then leaves the trailer at the destination home for a few days. It's larger than a pod however and too big to leave in the driveway so it would have to be on the street for a few days until the company picks it up and drives it away.

Is that the type of situation that likely would violate a local ordinance or HOA rule? I am trying to find out from my realtor as well but thought I might get a good idea/faster reply on here. Thanks.
Almost certainly. Approach the HOA. They can generally set you up with a 72 hour permit. And ask them if you can renew it once while you are getting moved in.

You might also have Warren's Homeworks or one of the other good movers meet it on the day of arrival. They can get it all in the house in less than a day.

Warren's is good enough that they save marriages for a couple of hundred dollars...and they never break anything.
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Old 09-18-2010, 02:47 AM
 
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Are you sure Warrens homeworks never breaks anything? A couple of years ago I witnessed them backing up, and up, and up...then they hit the car of the people they were hired by. Then they seemed perplexed by it all. lol
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