I’ve been asked by my HOA board members to gather information on putting together a questionaire for a cap placed on the number of rental units in my condo complex, since I keep bringing it up at monthly meetings. I bought my unit last year based on the information on the County Assessors website showing only approximately 17% rentals. But since I moved in I’ve discovered the number is closer to 40%. I’m angry to say the least because of the dishonesty of homeowners in the “business” and so are other homeowners whom live in the complex, due to the problems that some of the rental units have caused. How do I go about wording my questions so that I can achieve a quorum to get a cap on the rentals and effect the change in the CC& R’s. Currently there is no cap on the number of rental units. I’m wondering why the HOA board allowed so many investors and people in the rental business to get such a large foothold in the community and why the board has not directed the management company to scrutinize prospective buyers better. Because of the number of rentals and the cash reserves being low, FHA lenders will not issue loans in the complex. Only cash or conventional loans. Any advice you can give would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.