FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q: What is HOA?

A: HOA is an acronym for “Home Owner Association.”

Q: How much is my HOA due?

A: HOA annual dues for 2020 are $150.00

Q: Are new homeowners responsible for prior dues?

A: In Florida, condominium association liens are governed by Sec. 718.116, Florida Statutes, whereas homeowners’ association liens are governed by Sec. 720.3085, Florida Statutes. Both statutes make the new owner “jointly and severally” liable for unpaid assessments.  The statutes specifically provide that:

Sec. 720.3085(2)(a): (2)(a) A parcel owner, regardless of how his or her title to property has been acquired, including by purchase at a foreclosure sale or by deed in lieu of foreclosure, is liable for all assessments that come due while he or she is the parcel owner. The parcel owner’s liability for assessments may not be avoided by waiver or suspension of the use or enjoyment of any common area or by abandonment of the parcel upon which the assessments are made. (b) A parcel owner is jointly and severally liable with the previous parcel owner for all unpaid assessments that came due up to the time of transfer of title. This liability is without prejudice to any right the present parcel owner may have to recover any amounts paid by the present owner from the previous owner. For the purposes of this paragraph, the term “previous owner” shall not include an association that acquires title to a delinquent property through foreclosure or by deed in lieu of foreclosure. The present parcel owner’s liability for unpaid assessments is limited to any unpaid assessments that accrued before the association acquired title to the delinquent property through foreclosure or by deed in lieu of foreclosure.Jordan Pascale, P.L.

Q: Where do I make my HOA due payment?

A: HOA payments must be made via check or money order may be sent to Hartsfield Village III Homeowners Association, Inc., P. O. Box 37011, Tallahassee, Fl 32315-37011

Q: What are the HOA dues used for in Hartsfield Village?

A: HOA dues are used, as required by the covenants and restrictions, for the improvement and maintenance of the common areas (i.e. the roads and drainage). The dues also pay for the streetlights and all signage, and other costs necessary to maintain the Association.

Q: How often are HOA meetings held?

A: HOA Board meetings are held once a month and all residents are welcome to attend. There will be signage placed at the entrance of Hartsfield Village for date, time and location. There is an annual HOA meeting where we would like for all home owners and residents to attend. There will be signage placed at the entrance of Hartsfield Village for date, time and location.

Q: How can I review HOA Records?

A: Property owners may request a review of Hartsfield Village III Homeowners Association, Inc. “HOA” records. The following procedure must be followed in order for the requested records to be made available to property owners:

  1. The HOA must have a written request from the HOA property owner that includes their HOA street address, phone number, and email address along with details of what records they wish to review.
  2. The request must be emailed to the HOA Board at Board@hartsfieldvillage3.org or mailed to Hartsfield Village III Homeowners Association, Inc., P.O. Box 37011, Tallahassee, FL 32315-7011.
  3. The Board will contact the HOA attorney to schedule a time when the records can be reviewed by the property owner at the HOA attorneys’ office. The Board must give the HOA attorney at least five (5) business days notice of the request to review HOA records.
  4. A Board member will take the requested records to the HOA attorneys’ office at least one (1) business day before such records are to be reviewed by the property owner.
  5. The Board will notify the property owner via email within seven (7) business days from receipt of the records review request of the scheduled time when the HOA records will be available for review at the attorneys’ office.
  6. The property owner must advise the Board at least two (2) business days prior to the records review date as to whether they intend to review the records at the scheduled time.
  7. If property owner does not respond to the Board’s email, then the Board has met its’ obligation to the property owner to have records available for review and the Board will cancel the scheduled records review.