Highland Beach HOA Property Company
With modern suburban communities, they are planned developments usually
governed by some type of mandatory membership association or most known as “Homeowners Association” (HOA). Homeowners in this
Association usually own their land and the house itself including the
walls, floors, ceilings, etc.
When you choose us as your Highland Beach HOA Property Company, we have the primary responsibility to maintain and repair, in a timely manner, the common areas of the community. Common areas usually consist of tennis courts, basketball courts, swimming pool areas, gatehouses, roads and open space area used for the pleasure of all residents. Landscaping and maintenance of individual dwelling units such as painting, roof and structure maintenance usually rests upon each individual homeowner, unless otherwise specified in association documents, however, control of paint color used, type of landscaping or roofing materials are examples of restrictions imposed by many homeowners associations.
In many cases, a homeowners association will voluntarily assume the responsibly of certain maintenance items to protect the uniformity of the community. Examples would include, tree, sidewalk or mailbox maintenance, whereas the association would budget accordingly to provide for the repairs and replacement of these items.
State statues for Homeowners Associations are usually considered less stringent than Condominiums but over the past years the gap between the two has been lessened considerably.
Clerical and accounting responsibilities include maintaining accurate records, financial reporting, billing, and collections of assessments and payments of invoices for work performed to maintain the community.