Homeowner Dues: Dues of $180.00 are charged and due on 1st of each month. Checks should be made payable to Coble Farm II HOA. Coupon books are provided upon request only by submitting this form or contacting LMR: Coupon Payment Booklet Request If you would like an automatic draft set up for you: Form for LMR to set up a ClickPay account for you
Late Fees: A late fee of $25.00 is charged on the 15th day of the month. Late fees are charged on all accounts with a delinquent balance equal to or greater than one month’s dues. Even though coupon books are provided, please allow sufficient time for your payment to be processed. Statements are mailed out each month on all delinquent accounts.
Insurance Coverage: The Association is a town home community. While the units are town homes, the Association maintains insurance coverage that would usually apply to condominium units. This type of insurance coverage is required in the Declaration of Covenant. The Association carries the Master Insurance Policy which maintains fire and extended insurance coverage for all buildings, common areas, and amenities as well as general liability and Directors & Officers (D&O) coverage.
It is recommended that homeowners carry an HO-6 policy which provides coverage for personal property, personal liability, and building coverage.
Per the Declaration: Homeowners are responsible to pay the deductible for claims involving their units.
Please note: Homeowners should contact their insurance agent to be sure that they have proper coverage.
Master Insurance Policy:
AutoOwners – for insurance information needed, contact Laurie Allen
[email protected] 704-248-8000
Policy # 48-279-733-03
Deductible amount = $5,000.00*
*Please contact the Master Insurance Policy agent to confirm this deductible amount
Termite & Pest Coverage: The Association has an annual termite inspection performed by Terminix each year. The HOA provides pest control through Dodson Pest Control – services include exterior and interior of homes. Exterior service is performed quarterly. Homeowners should contact Dodson directly at (336) 275-8483 to schedule interior service.
Maintenance Requests: Please note that all maintenance requests MUST be submitted to our office in writing. Forms can be submitted online (under the contact us tab at the top) or written and mailed to our office. For emergencies (roof leaks / water leaks) please contact our office at (336) 288-4944.
Pets: While outside, pets are to be under the control of their owner, restrained by a leash or other physical restraint. Owners are expected to clean up after their pets.
Parking: Parking spaces were planned for two spaces per home based on the use of your garage and driveway with additional open spaces available for visitors. Parking on sidewalks or grass is prohibited at all times. Please be considerate of others and do not block the access of other driveways.
Trash Collection: Trash collection is performed by the City of Greensboro on Tuesday of each week. Trash receptacles should be placed at the front of your home on the morning of collection and removed the same day. Recycling and bulk items are picked up every other week on Tuesday (blue week). Check the City of Greensboro website for more information.
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.**
** Patio Enclosure Requests
Guidelines for enclosing interior patios were formalized by the CFII Board of Directors in order to maintain architectural and structural consistency among the exteriors of the units in the Association.
Enclosures for units that have interior patios must include glass panels and sliding glass doors. Homeowner may choose either one (1) or two (2) sliding doors with overhead glass panels and side glass panels with white trim.
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.)