Common areas, amenities, pools, trail systems, waterways, clubhouses and more. The Neighborhood Company partners with seasoned vendors who understand consistency, high quality service and the value of the long-term association relationship.
Our technology facilitates budget creation, 5 year projections, reserve account creation and administration and reporting as requested. A helpful part of this process is the online payment service for association members, ensuring payments can be made quickly and easily.
Connecting residents strengthens associations and builds referral value. The Neighborhood Company will customize a plan for your association that provides valuable engagement through lifestyle events, private owners websites, community newsletters and magazines, meetings and community feedback coordination.
Customized programs that support builders while managing activity to mitigate impact to residents and infrastructure.
For new or existing communities – Articles of Incorporation, bylaws, master covenants, supplementals, rules and regulations. At any stage, The Neighborhood Company can create the best structure for your needs.
Architectural guidelines protect values for all association members. From recommendations to creation of your association’s Architectural or Site Design Guidelines, The Neighborhood Company will develop a program that best suits your market and is fiscally viable for the association. ARB Administration services include review or coordination of review and communication with association members throughout the process, including deposit returns, compliance visits and more.
Considering adding an amenity but unsure how it will impact your association’s ongoing financials? Contemplating a transition of amenities through change of Declarant or ownership transition? Let The Neighborhood Company’s experience with various amenities, service vendors and customized financials provide valuable insight into usage patterns, maintenance and depreciation projections across the years.
Association delinquency impacts credit access for the developer and for individual purchasers. The Neighborhood Company has a strong track record at quickly decreasing delinquency and recovering monies owed to the association.
The Neighborhood Company has been engaged by developers and stand-alone associations seeking to ease the transition from declarant to homeowner Board. This includes document transitions, training and committee/board facilitation.
A helpful part of association transition is the creation and administration of Owner Advisory Committees. These committees allow owners to gain familiarity with specific aspects of the Association (Budget & Financials, Covenants, Communications, etc.) and prepare owners for the ultimate transition while retaining Declarant control.