Typically, the Deer Crossing Homeowners’ Association board will meet once a quarter to solve community problems and disputes that arose during the past few months, but has never organized a separate council to conduct surveys to gain a better insight on other homeowner’s. Without this needed insight, decisions are being made without some of the homeowners’ knowledge or input. This is primarily due to the lack of interested citizens in the association. The assessment in the following pages identifies issues that have occurred, regarding delinquencies, disputes, and community involvement, with no true action taken to collect or interpret information and implement guidance on some of the local community agenda items that occur.
Delinquencies to the homeowners’ association are one of the major topics, this is always the main agenda, and how United Properties Associates will collect the needed funds that people are delinquent in paying. The following data was derived from multiple resources such as demographics of the area, soliciting comments from board members and reviewing annual budgets. The cost of living index is 85.1 which are below the U.S. national average of 100, so it is relatively less expensive in the area than other regions of Virginia. Estimated median household income is $64,405 dollars and is above the Virginia average by ...
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... funds for future projects that are required in the area. This small enforcement can increase the reserve funds by $11,654.53 (Creel, 2011) dollars when fully collected.
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