What are DDCRs?

Our POA is governed by rules and policies.  These are created by the Board and itemized in the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (DCCRs) and ByLaws, which clearly define the behavior and actions homeowners can and cannot take regarding their homes and communities.  These rules and policies are designed to protect property values by [...]

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What are the POA’s rules?

The POA’s specific rules and policies are clearly spelled out in the Governing Documents (Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Amendments and Resolutions) which provide comprehensive information about the association’s operations, as well as the Declarations, DCCRs), which detail its policies and procedures on architectural guidelines, pets, parking, noise, amenity usage, rentals, fee schedules, non-compliance fines and [...]

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Who makes decisions on behalf of the POA?

Decisions concerning POA operations are made by a Board of Directors, which is made up of owners who are elected at the Annual Owners meeting. The Board consists of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Member-at-Large and in many cases the By-Laws allow for one person to hold more than one office. Additionally, the Board [...]

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What are POA fees and what are they used for?

Annual Assessments are used to pay the costs of ongoing maintenance and repairs to a community’s common areas, equipment, systems and shared amenities (see examples below).  Payments are made annually and are due by January 31st of each year. As an ancillary benefit, homeowners can use and enjoy community amenities that may not otherwise be [...]

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How do I become a member of the OakRun POA?

You automatically become a member of the homeowners association and a shareholder as a condition of purchasing a home within a common interest development (CID).  Your POA membership entitles you to voting rights, which gives you a voice in helping to set association rules, policies and regulations that affect your community.  In addition, all association [...]

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What is a Property Owners Association?

A Property Owners Association (POA) is a corporation that serves as the governing body of a residential community, such as a single-family development.  POAs are created to protect the community’s property values by developing and upholding its covenants and bylaws, which define the actions homeowners may take with their properties, as well as their behavior [...]

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