Single-Family Private Residential Property
Before the Wayfarer 3.0 update, there was a specific clause and definition to private residential property:
To be clear, nominations should be rejected if their real-world location appears to be on private, single-family residential property or might encourage people to go onto private property (e.g., because the real-world location is at the end of a private driveway).
In today's Wayfarer Help criteria underneath the Rejection Criteria:
Location is a private residential property (even if historical), farmland, a K12 and under school (preschool, primary/elementary, secondary/high school), child care/daycare center, rehabilitation center, safety shelter
Unfortunately (unless I'm not scrounging around the criteria/convuluted help paged properly), the distinction is gone. Lately, this has caused numerous nominations in common areas of apartment complexes and townhouses to be rejected. A large playground within a rooftop complex, a tennis court on an apartment, and a table tennis table in a publicly accessible common area. Someone mocked one of my nominations as being in someone's backyard when it was clearly on apartment complex grounds.
If a new reviewer saw the playground above with that photo, they would immediately reject it for private residential property, despite it being in a common area.
Please reintroduce the specific wording of single-family or the encouragement to go onto private property at the end of a private driveway somewhere in the Help page or include some clarification somewhere. While single family residences are already in the rejection reason explanation, that is just a small sentence most reviewers would just skim over.