The combined population of mostly urban Durham County and City (N.C.) is about 275,000. Collectively, the region has over 45,000 owner-occupied homes and more than 10,000 privately owned condominiums. These conditions make membership in a local home ownership association (HOA) advisable.
HOA management Durham reflects the region’s diverse and growing population, as well as the need to organize local and municipal property processes. In addition to laws, neighborhoods with similarly-placed home economies and residences, benefit from community property management. HOAs make, enforce, and refine as necessary rules for the properties in their jurisdiction.
Property management Durham is in a position to provide these needed services. We possess the experience and local knowledge to direct and administer your particular HOA, whether as an independent community association or in conjunction with similar property management groups in Durham. The objective is to set a standard for home ownership and the behavior of property holders, in accordance to the community they’re part of.
The HOA property management company of Durham will help improve the quality of your community life, the life of your community and the value of your property.
You’ll be part of an organization that encourages you to be an active participant in community affairs and voice your opinion about neighborhood issues. With Durham HOA, active contributions can encompass attending Board meetings, volunteering for community improvement programs, and monitoring the activities of the commercial property management group.
Your membership in HOA Durham generates community responsibility. You’ll be involved in publishing notices of materials and news pertinent to your HOA, as well as information of use provided by Douglas Property Management. Members of community management Durham may also be required to collect the dues needed to pay for upkeep of common areas like parks, skating rinks, swimming pools and tennis courts.
If a home owner has engaged in activities that have brought the need for unexpected repairs to public areas, HOA community property management may be compelled to levy special assessments on that individual or household, if collective HOA funds are insufficient to meet these expenses. These conditions are necessary to protect the neighborhood and keep the HOA viable.
Commercial properties may also come under the purview of HOA Durham and its community management functions. The objective in these cases is to brighten the commercial district of your community association, by providing HOA services that add luster to neighborhood while improving business.