Customers who acquire property from Wilco LLC may use the property in a reasonable, safe, legal and responsible manner, respecting rules and/or regulations set by state, county, municipal, local, and/or other governing bodies, such as homeowner associations. No permanent changes may be made to the property without express written permission from Wilco LLC. The Buyer (customer), is responsible to find and understand the rules and regulations pertaining to their property.
All terms and conditions below apply only to customers with accounts in good standing. Any customer who is delinquent on their payments forfeits their right to use the property.
As a rule of thumb, if your activity has no long term impact on the property, and does not violate any rules or regulations, we typically allow it. The following activities are allowed and permission is not needed as long as they do not conflict with rules or regulations set by any governing jurisdiction:
- Recreational use (e.g., hiking)
- Hunting (if permitted and legally and safely done)
How do you know what’s allowed on the property?
Start by calling the county or going online and reviewing zoning codes. Also, if there is a Property Owners Association, check with them or review the CC&Rs. Wilco LLC can help you find this information, but we cannot give you advice regarding property use.
Development and Making Improvements
Wilco LLC prohibits most development. Customers who want to develop are encouraged to pay off their balance. This is to your advantage, as holding title to the property ensures you will keep any improvements you make, allows you to communicate with the county and building contractors directly, and puts you in a better position to obtain financing. It is also to Wilco LLC’s advantage in that it reduces our risk and liability related to development. Wilco LLC reserves the right to deny permission for improvements and development. If you are granted permission by Wilco, you must also obtain written proof from the county, city, HOA/POA approving your plans. You are required to obtain sufficient insurance on your projects and name Wilco LLC as a co-insured party. You must submit a deposit to Wilco LLC to cover any potential liens that could result from development.
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