INFORMATION FOR HOA OWNERS
WHAT DOES MY HOA FEE COVER?
One of the most frequently asked questions that we hear from homeowners are concerns on what the "HOA fee" covers.
The list below is an example of what your HOA fee could provide the services of:
Administrative Expenses – Used to pay for things such as copies, supplies and postage.
Legal Fees – Used to pay attorneys for any regime matters that require Litigation, Covenant Review, Rule Enforcement, etc.
Landscaping – For the monthly landscaping contract services, which include mowing, blowing, pruning, fertilizing, and plantings.
Landscape Other – For services not provided under the landscaping contract. This includes special projects and special plantings.
Pool -Maintenance and cleaning of the swimming pool.
General Maintenance - Maintenance of common and limited common areas.
Professional Fees - For costs related to attorney, CPAs, Reserve Advisers, Engineers, etc.
Electricity – For all common electricity throughout the property (i.e.: street lights and pool area lighting)
Water & Sewer – For all common area water and sewer throughout the property.
Security Services - Covers the cost of security throughout your Association.
Insurance Expense - Covers general liability for common areas, property coverage for common area buildings, etc.
Exterior Capital/Replacement Expenditures - Replacement of common area amenities, such as pool deck, pool equipment, pool furniture, roads, signs, gates, etc.
FROM OUR OWNERS...
HURRICANE MATTHEW AFTERMATH
"Thanks, Ron. You and your team are to be commended. We’ve been down to our property on HHI a couple times, and each visit we’ve been impressed by both the magnitude of what happened, and the successful effort you’ve all undertaken to put all the pieces back together. Congratulations!"
W.H. - Treetops