Palm Beach Homeowners Association Management
If Hawk-Eye Management services sounds like they might have a watch on
everything pertaining to a homeowners association, that’s probably because
they do. Being the leading Palm Beach homeowners association management
firm, we have to be. The piece to the puzzle is experienced, steadfast
property managers that will oversee owner collections, handle matters
between professionals like accountants or attorneys, manage employees,
prepare monthly reports for the Board and even stay on top of the property
itself by performing routine inspections.
In general, your HOA has a primary responsibility to maintain and repair the common elements of your community in a timely manner. Common elements that would fall under their responsibility usually include tennis courts, basketball courts, swimming pool areas, gatehouses, roads and other open space areas that are enjoyed by all residents. However, landscaping and other maintenance of the home itself, such as painting, roof and structure maintenance, usually lies with each individual homeowner. Your homeowners association may still have some control over this, including placing restrictions on paint color or types of materials used for landscaping and roofing.
Homeowners association will occasionally assume the responsibility of certain maintenance items voluntarily in order to retain appearance uniformity in the community. Trees, sidewalks and mailboxes are some examples of items the association would take responsibility to repair or replace.
State statutes for homeowners associations are generally thought of as 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, collections of assessments and payments of invoices for work performed in order to maintain the community.