Personalized financial services customized for your community with easy to read reports
We assist the Board of Directors in budget planning utilizing historical data to create a realistic and balanced budget.
A member of our team will attend monthly, quarterly, and annual meetings.
Contractor Screening and Bidding
H&H will screen all prospective vendors/contractors and prepare RFP’s for contracts and projects.
24 Hour After Hours Service
H&H Management provides all communities with after hours service where applicable.
Resident Account Maintenance
We post all incoming assessments on the day they arrive and monitor owner accounts.
Regular property inspections will be done and homeowners contacted either by phone or letter if a violation is noted.
Neighborhood HOA Website Assistance
We encourage associations to create an interactive HOA website. Communities managed by H&H Management receive discounted pricing for professional website services. A website will give your neighborhood a public presence on the web along with the ability to effectively and efficiently manage private information. Your HOA deserves an eco-friendly, feature-rich website.
We pride ourselves on being responsive to owners by addressing their concern promptly with their Board of Directors to insure that appropriate actions are taken in a timely manner.
HOA Certification and transfer Fees* This is a NON-Routine Service fee paid by the seller/buyer not the HOA
When you live in a community that is part of a homeowners association, you will have to abide by the rules and regulations they have in place. When a house in an HOA community is sold to a new owner, there will usually be a transfer fee* involved. The HOA transfer fee covers the cost of the management’s time, required actions, documentation preparation, and the distribution of the community’s rules and regulations that are given to the new owner.
HOA transfer fees are charged to cover the expenses of the necessary transitioning activities and paperwork from the seller to the buyer. The HOA transfer fee will generally cover the new documentation and paperwork involved in setting up a new homeowner. There is also an expense for compiling, handling and copying the property’s inspection records and any fees associated with updating the lien for the new owner. An HOA transfer fee is customary and is just part of doing business. You have to remember that nothing is free and joining an HOA is no different. For example, when you buy and sell a car. You have to do a title transfer and pay a title transfer fee that shows the seller is no longer the owner of the car while documenting the name of the new owner of that vehicle as well.