Yes. The HOA's master policy does not cover a total loss to your home. Contact your Mortgage Company and insurance provider and discuss a policy that suits your needs. … [Read more...] about Do I need my own homeowners/renters insurance policy?
Yes! As the homeowner and community member, you are ultimately responsible for the actions of your tenants and guests. For further information and a thorough explanation please review Meadowridge's CC&R's and Rules & Regulations. … [Read more...] about Am I responsible for the actions of my tenants and guests?
You may download copies of the current year's board meeting agendas, minutes and financials from our Financials & Meetings page or visit Equus Management Group. If you are unable to locate the document(s) you wish to review, please contact our Community Manager Lara at Equus Management. … [Read more...] about Where may I obtain copies of HOA Board meetings and financials?
You are putting our community and your property at risk. Basically, you are breaching your contract with the community and ultimately your neighbors. The maintenance and management services that support our community are dependent upon timely receipt of your monthly assessment. If payments are not received, a late fee is applied. Sixty days after your last payment the collection process begins. Please be advised before you purchase into a "Common Interest Community," it is your responsibility … [Read more...] about If I don’t pay my monthly assessment, what happens?
No. Board Members do not receive compensation per NRS 116. They are elected, and hold their positions as volunteers. … [Read more...] about Do Board or Committee members receive compensation?