A homeowner association (HOA) is an organization that makes and enforces rules and guidelines for a subdivision, planned community, or condominium building.
The members of a homeowner association are the residents of the subdivision, community, or building; some communities require mandatory membership for individuals that purchase property in the zone. The Westlake Estates membership is currently $50 per year.
Run by a board of directors, homeowner associations (HOAs) typically collect monthly or annual fees to pay for common area maintenance and the upkeep of facilities.
Homeowner associations (HOAs) may impose fines on non-compliant homeowners and encourage owners to take action to enforce restrictive covenants.
Plan events and progression to continue to have a flourishing and engaged community.
Holds an Annual General Meeting to ensure our Association is compliant to HOA operating regulations and our membership remains informed on activities.