Education . The Purpose of Community Associations

The Purpose of Community Associations

What is this entity that collects your assessments, mows the lawn and occasionally throws a party? One way to think of your Community Association is as a service organization that provides three types of services to owners and residents.

Community maintenance services:

  • Landscape Contract
  • Snow Removal
  • Trash Collection
  • Newsletter production (if applicable to your property)
  • Conducting HOA meetings
  • Maintenance of Common Areas
  • Competitively bidding the Maintenance work

Governance services:

  • Enforcing community Policies
  • Fulfilling legal obligations
  • Resolving disputes
  • Administering design review policies
  • Recruiting new volunteer leaders.

Business services:

  • Paying all HOA bills
  • Collecting assessments
  • Collections processes
  • Developing long-range financial plans
  • Investing reserve funds

The Board and your Community Manager make every effort to deliver these services fairly and effectively to protect and enhance the value of your homes-and the lenders' interests in your homes. They also strive, through collective participation and mutual decision making, to preserve that intrinsic value called "quality of life" that is at the heart of the Community Association concept.

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