Keeping your neighborhood in tip-top shape is our main goal. Need to report a problem to the City of Columbia? Please click here. The City of Columbia handles many items such as; crime, electric outages, graffiti, junk, noise, pot holes, sidewalk repair/maintenance, storm drainage problems, etc. For more details click here.
If you need to let us know of a compliance issue, please connect to your Portal and we will promptly begin working to address the concerns.
Some architectural improvements require HOA or Board approval. Fences, sheds, additions, expansions/improvements of decks/patios, playground structures, gazebos, pergolas, gardens, landscaping, paved walkways, etc. are possible examples of projects that may require approval. Click here to connect to your Portal and submit your Architectural Request.
If you are experienced, fully licensed, properly insured and have a proven track record of integrity and hard work, please feel free to provide the following for consideration: information about the services you provide, 3 business references, proof of business licensing and insurance (workers’ comp if necessary).
Several of our communities are equipped with a great community pool and/or clubhouse for our residents to enjoy. Please click here to connect to your Portal to request a pool key or clubhouse reservation.
Feel free to Contact Us or call 573-445-2050. We’ll be glad to update you with upcoming events in your neighborhood.
Please connect to your Portal to request and include a copy of the request from the mortgage broker.
Our goal is to provide the exact documents that you need in the most efficient manner possible. All Homeowner document requests are granted free of charge. Please connect to your Portal to inform us of your specific document need. Realtors, Lenders, Appraisers: please submit your document request via CondoCerts.
See your statement for payment instructions or visit the Communities page for more information. (Click on your specific HOA for payment info.)
Please connect to your Portal to submit an Accounting Request form and one of our representatives will process your request.
To turn in a maintenance request for your condo building or HOA common area, connect to your Portal and let us know of your request.
Some architectural improvements require HOA or Board approval. Fences, sheds, additions, expansions/improvements of decks/patios, playground structures, gazebos, pergolas, gardens, landscaping, paved walkways, etc. are possible examples of projects that may require approval. Connect to your Portal to submit your Architectural Request.
A monetary claim levied against a property for unpaid HOA dues, special assessments, or other charges. A lien is attached to the property, not the owner, but legally must be recorded in the property records of the county of residence. If a lien is in place, the property owner has very limited ability to do anything involving the property until the lien is satisfied or removed.
A common area is any area of property intended for shared use by the members of an association. An easement is an interest or a right in property which grants the ability to a landowner to use the land of another for a special purpose or endeavor. An association may, for example, have an easement for landscape maintenance or other repair purposes. A public utility may also have an easement for maintenance or repair work to be executed at a future date.
Although the easement is not to be altered, the homeowner is responsible for general maintenance, which includes mowing and trimming. For example, the homeowner must mow the grass between the sidewalk and the street.
Bylaws are the guidelines for the operation of the association. They define the duties of the various offices of the Board of Directors, the terms of the Directors, the membership’s voting rights, required meetings and notices of meetings, and the principal office of the Association, as well as other specific items that are necessary to run the Association.
HOAs are formed to provide a way to protect the value of each homeowners’ investment in their property. HOAs fees vary from community to community but generally cover the following: Maintenance of any common area(s) including mowing, irrigation, landscaping, fertilization, etc.; enforcement of rules and regulations (i.e. Covenants & Restrictions); insurance coverage of liability, property, directors and officers; financials such as dues collection, statements, bill paying, bid solicitation, etc.; organization and communication efforts in the form of annual meetings, board meetings, newsletters, postcard reminders, and more.