Your community should be beautiful and well-maintained at all times, exactly why we put so much emphasis on keeping it that way. Although, perfectly-manicured landscaping, repairs to amenities and keeping facilities tidy doesn’t just happen on its own — it’s the result of the community’s commitment to their neighborhood and their contributions towards HOA fees. Here’s a more detailed description of what HOA fees are, and what’s included in yours at Dellrose.
Homeowner association fees (HOA) are a monthly or annual sum that’s paid by community residents. This fee helps maintain all properties, amenities and common areas through a set of enforced rules. When you purchase a property in the Dellrose community, you’ll automatically become a member of the HOA jurisdiction and will be required to pay dues towards community upkeep.
HOA’s are beneficial for a number of reasons, from keeping shared community spaces well-maintained to ensuring that a single homeowner doesn’t make a change that is not aligned with the community deed restrictions and guidelines. As the name suggests, an HOA is comprised of and run by the community’s residents, with a board directed to enforce and oversee the rules and regulations.
To ensure that the Dellrose community is kept as beautiful and well-maintained as possible, the following items are included in the annual HOA fee:
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