A Homeowner's Association (HOA) is an organization in a
subdivision, planned community, or condominium building that makes and enforces rules for
the properties and its residents. Those who purchase property within an HOA's jurisdiction
A Board of Directors is a requirement for an HOA to function properly.
These elected volunteer officials are responsible for all operations of the association and
ensuring the community governing documents are followed and enforced.
An HOA management company should be responsible for:
•Guiding and Consulting with the Board of Directors to fulfill their duties.
•Execute decisions, directives, and policies approved by the Board.
•Document transactions, accounting activities, and records of the Association.
•Accounts Receivable Management.
•Schedule and attend Board meeting, provide monthly management reports.
•Assist with preparing a budget and financial statements.
•Respond to homeowner inquiries.
•Report delinquent accounts and updates to the Board.
•Send delinquent notices at the Board's direction.
•Initiate legal action for collection of funds according to policy and Board direction.
•Coordinate with association's attorney when coordinating legal action.
•Collect dues, enforce governing documents.
•Serve as the primary point of contact for the Association.
•Check on maintenance issues.
•Perform regular on-site visits.
•Ensure that lawn care, pool cleaning, etc. are completed based on contract.
HOA Committees assist the Board by addressing specific
community issues and tasks and serve in an advisory role for the benefit of the community.
They are made up of volunteers in the community.
1. Architecture Review Committee--The Architecture Review Committee's responsibility
comes from the association bylaws. Members are volunteers from the community and are
responsible for maintaining the aesthetic and structural integrity of the association and enforce
the various deed restrictions.
2. Social/Activities Committee--The Social/Activities Committee is made up of volunteers from
the community. They take on the responsibility of planning special events for the community,
developing budgets for these, events, and creating an events calendar for the residents.