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Real estate Q&A: Is resident's hot tub medically necessary?

Q: About two years ago my chiropractor advised me that daily soaks in a hot tub would be good for my medical condition. I installed a small hot tub on the patio of my townhouse and have been using it daily ever since. Last week I received a letter from the association demanding that I submit a "property modification request" form to the architectural committee for approval to keep my hot tub. Can they make me do this?

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Realtor Andrew Greenwell, Mr. 'Million Dollar Listing'

SAN JOSE, Calif. - Andrew Greenwell began selling real estate at age 19 and lays claim to about $4 billion in residential sales in the years since. Now 31, he has been cast as a kind of brash hero of our cash-obsessed era on "Million Dollar Listing San Francisco," Bravo's new reality show that recently premiered.

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