That’s right, there’s an app for everything or just about everything including residential pool rentals. Although there’s an app, my advice as one of your VCA neighbors is don’t rent your pool. Why? Well, you may have noticed the article in last month’s newsletter about renting out a garage or any part of a property in VCA is not allowed per our CC&Rs. If you want to rent your entire property, that’s fine, but the regulation we have to follow is what was included in our original CC&Rs created by the developers years ago. So, if you don’t want to end up with considerable liability exposure related to potential pool accidents, possible property damage from the pool renters and fines that may be imposed by the HOA, it would be wise to keep your pool to yourself and your occasional guests.