About the HOA
There are three features that make owning a home in a community with an Home Owners Association (HOA) different from more traditional forms of homeownership. First, you share ownership and the costs of maintenance of common areas & amenities.
The second feature is that you automatically become a member of a homeowner's association simply by purchasing the home, and as a member you must abide the association rules know as Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions A.K.A. (CC&Rs).
The third feature is that you will pay assessment fees, or dues, that are used for upkeep of the common areas and other services and amenities. The HOA operates and maintains these facilities. You will pay your share of the expenses through your annual dues. You will also have a voice in the decisions made by the association.
The Home Owner's Association is a Non-Profit Corporation. All of the association members are like shareholders. They have an interest in the corporation, but they don't actually run the association. The responsibility of running the corporation lies with a Board of Directors. In many cases the Association and the board
The Board of Directors must have at least three individuals serving on it, but frequently has five members. Generally, the developer of a community puts an association in place with an appointed board and then eventually transfers authority over to the new owners as construction of the community nears completion. Once the homeowners have control of the association, the association's members will elect the Board of Directors. The Board has a fiduciary (based on trust) responsibility to act in the best interest of the association and to use reasonable judgment in conducting the affairs of the association. Board members are unpaid volunteers who work actively to ensure a high quality of life within the neighborhood and to protect the property values of all residents.
Often the Board of directors will contract a community managment company to assist with managing the day to day tacks that arise in the community. This HOA utilizes the MAC Group to manage those tasks.
HOA Articles of Incorporation & Bylaws
Click on any of the links below to open and or print any the official HOA documents
About Software to Manage Your Homeowner Account
The MAC Group provides a cloud-based application specifically designed to address the daily operations of Homeowners Associations and Community Management. Whether you’re the Home Owner, the Community Manager, or a Board Member, simply login into your community’s custom profile and get instant access to the your pertinent information;
-Managing Communications -View Announcements -View Invoices -Submit Proxy's -Submit ARC Request -Governance docs -Survey/voting
Please contact info@theMACgroup.com for login information.