Private Property rights are essential to real estate. Included in the bundle of rights is the right to quiet enjoyment. Regardless of the size of the property, everyone enjoys this right. We’ve seen occasion, however, where larger parcels of land are mistreated by the public Sometimes its trespassing, other times it is more flagrant.
The other day as we were leaving our house we saw a person stop by the road. We thought nothing of it until we saw in our rear view mirror that she was pulling a cage out of her car. We pulled over and walked back. Her intention was to release a skunk by the irrigation ditch in our front field.
As a Property Owner, your front yard is no different than your kitchen when it comes to your Private Property Rights. It is yours and nobody should use it without your permission whether as a trash receptacle, bedroom to camp in, or just to cut across the corner. Whether you own a condo, 10 acres, or thousands, the Private Property Rights are the same and nobody should have them compromised because of the size of their front yard.
Experience is Priceless! Lisa Wetzel & Jim Valentine, CDPE, SFR, RE/MAX Realty Affiliates, 775-781-5472. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.carsonvalleyland.com
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