Homeowner Dues: Monthly dues of $108.00 are charged and due on the 1st each month. Coupon books are provided with mailing labels. Bank draft option is available by submitting the form under the “making payment” tab at the top of the page.
Late Fee: Dues are charged and due on the 1st of the month. Dues are considered late 10 days after the due date. There is a grace period to the last day of the month at which time, any account that has a balance due of one month’s dues or higher, will be charged a $20.00 late fee.
Insurance Coverage: The Association is a town home community. The Association maintains insurance on common areas ONLY. In addition to the property coverage on any common area buildings, the Association also maintains general liability and Directors & Officers (D&O) coverage. Homeowners own their home and should maintain fire & extended insurance coverage on their unit and personal property by obtaining a HO-3 policy. Homeowners should contact their insurance agent to be sure that they have proper coverage.
HOA Master Policy is with:
State Farm – Agent is Rick Keppler at (336) 282-4855
Maintenance Requests: Please note that all maintenance requests MUST be submitted to our office in writing. Forms can be submitted above under the “contact us” tab or written and mailed to our office. For emergencies (roof leaks / water leaks) please contact our office at (336) 288-4944.
Trash Collection: Trash collection is performed by the City of High Point on Thursday of each week. Trash receptacles should be placed at the front of your townhome no earlier than 6pm Wednesday evening and removed by Thursday evening. Recycling is picked up every other Thursday. All trash/recycling containers must be stored behind the townhome except on trash day. Please contact the City of High Point for containers or questions at (336) 883-3111.
Architectural Control: Any changes or modifications to the exterior of your town home must receive prior approval from the Association. Forms are below. Please allow 30 days for the approval process.
RIGHT TO INITIATE MEDIATION: Pursuant to N.C.G.S. § 7A-38.3F, members are notified that they may initiate mediation to try to resolve a dispute with the association; however, the association may decline mediation. Any costs of mediation, including the mediator’s fees, shall be shared equally by the parties. (NOTE: Disputes related solely to a member’s failure to timely pay an association assessment or any fines or fees associated with the levying or collection of an association assessment are not covered by the mediation statute.)