Information for Landlords
If you are an owner who leases your property, we’d like to make the leasing experience successful and positive for everyone by informing you of some of the responsibilities that go along with it. This will help preserve your property value and maintain the association’s property value as well.
Your tenants may not be familiar with living in a planned community. Please take a few minutes to explain to them that, like all residents, are subject to the rules and regulations of the association, and it’s up to you to educate them and see that they comply. We recommend you provide your tenants with written copies of all governing documents and advise them on the proper use of the association’s facilities. You can obtain copies of these here on our website.
In the event your tenant fails to comply with these documents, the association will issue violation notices to you and copy your tenant. Please contact your tenants in an attempt to correct the violation and bring the property into compliance. If you are unable to correct the violation, please contact the association office and explain the situation. We will be happy to work with you if problems exist. Never assume that your tenants are taking steps to remedy the situation, you are ultimately responsible.
Please provide the Association with the names and contact information of your tenants by filling out a Memorandum of Lease Form. This form, along with the Membership Application, will also be used to issue ID Cards to your tenants if you have waived your right to use the amenities and passed that right along to your tenants. Your tenants will receive the newsletter, invitations to participate on committees, notices of social activities and general association-related information. This information will also be used in case of emergency.