Questions about the Homeowners Association (HOA) in your Highland Homes Florida community? See below for common questions, and do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of further assistance!
What's included in my HOA dues?
It varies per community, but in general, you can expect your HOA dues to cover:
- Maintenance of common areas in the community such as open space, ponds, entry walls and monuments, landscaping, medians, etc.
- Expenses incurred in managing the association and covenants
- Road surfaces in neighborhoods with private roadways
- Fees for any bulk services in the community, if applicable
- Community amenities, if applicable
Your HOA may even handle your exterior dwelling maintenance and lawn maintenance in certain communities (usually townhome communities).
The best way to determine what your dues cover in your neighborhood is to refer to your HOA documents. You should have received a USB drive, print out, or email with your documents when you signed your Purchase Agreement with Highland Homes. If this is not easily located, no worries - Click here for instructions on how to get a copy of your HOA docs.
What's allowed by the HOA in my neighborhood?
Common questions we receive are what type of fencing is allowed, whether a work truck, recreational vehicle, or boat can be parked in the driveway, and if there are restrictions on pets, trampolines, or playground equipment. There's no simple yes or no answer which encompasses every Florida new home community we build in. HOA rules, also referred to as covenants, bylaws, or restrictions, are determined by the developer of the community initially, and can be amended thereafter by the HOA management.
Similar to the "What's included" question, the best way to determine what is allowed in your neighborhood is to refer to your HOA documents. You should have received a USB drive, print out, or email with your documents when you signed your Purchase Agreement with Highland Homes. If this is not easily located, no worries - Click here for instructions on how to get a copy of your HOA docs.
How can I get a copy of my HOA documents?
If you live in a current Highland Homes community - View your community page, scroll down to the HOA Information section, and click the "View HOA Documents PDF” link.
If you live in a previous or other community - Visit your County Recorder's website to locate documents recorded for your association:
How do I contact my Homeowners Association?
Find your community on the list below and click the link to email or visit the website of your HOA management company.
- Amber Glen
- Auburn Cove
- Aviary at Rutland Ranch
- Boyette Fields
- Bradford Manor
- Breakwater Cove
- Canopy Reserve
- Columbus Landings
- Devinshire Estates
- Forest Glenn at Kingsland Country Estates
- Gramercy Farms
- Gramercy Farms Townhomes
- Highland Meadows Phase 4B
- Highlands Grace
- Juliana Village
- Lakeside Preserve
- Landings at Alafia
- Laurelwood Landing
- Monticelli at Tower Lake
- Normandy Heights II
- Palmer Place
- Preakness Preserve
- Sandy Pines - No active HOA
- Stonebridge at Chapel Creek
- Symmes Cove
- The Lakes
- Towne Park Estates II
- Tuscany Bay
- Water's Edge at the Lakes
- Wilder Oaks
Don't see your neighborhood on this list? Visit the Florida Division of Corporations website and search by entering the name of your subdivision/community as the Entity Name.