Find Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions
What is the purpose of HOA rules, regulations and fees?
Many homeowners don't understand the purpose of a homeowners association. In fact, they may balk outright at the idea of having to pay someone to tell them what they're supposed to do with their house! Others, however, come down strongly in favor of the HOA rules and regulations put in place by the HOA.
Whether you're considering creating an HOA in your neighborhood or thinking about moving into a neighborhood where there's already an HOA in place, you'll quickly discover that there are a number of benefits to a homeowners association
What are governing documents?
Homeowner association governing documents are recorded legal documents typically set up by the declarant/builder of your community which may include Articles of Incorporation, Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions, and Bylaws. These documents determine the overall structure of a community association and establish obligations and responsibilities of its members and elected Board of Directors.
How can I find out how my association fees are being utilized?
Your community association manager can provide you with this information. It is important to note that your community has an annual members meeting where your board of directors and the community’s affairs, including the financial aspects of the association with the homeowners.
All homeowners are encouraged to attend their community’s annual meeting to help them and understand their community and to get involved in their community.
How can I contact a member of my HOA's Board of Directors?
Visit the Contact Us page and let us know about your concerns using the contact form, or any other way.
Who do I need to contact when refinancing or selling my home?
SPCC provides a Closing Portal where title agents may request resale certificates, statements of account, and questionnaires for use in a sale or refinance.
Who do I call for an after-hours emergency?
Outside our normal business hours, SPCC employees a telephone answering service with operators trained to identify true emergencies with access to all local on-call personnel at all times.
Calls regarding payments, violations or other matters should wait until the next business day.