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Peak Hurricane Season

Hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30 with the peak period from early August through the end of October.

TOP 10 Hurricane Tips for the Home:

  1. First, get important papers (social security cards, birth certificates, titles, etc) and special photos in order and secured in plastic.
  2. Think ahead and take video or photos of your property before you leave. This will help with insurance.
  3. If staying with relatives is not an option, consider booking a room in a hotel, motel or emergency ...
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The Official Start of Summer

Please again acquaint yourself  with the pool rules:

  • Use of the pool is at the swimmer’s own risk.
  • Children under the age of 16 who legally reside at your community, and who wish to use the pool should be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times while they are in the pool area.
  • For safety reasons there is no diving, running, or jumping into the pool at any time.
  • We ask all owners/occupants, their families, friends, employees, and guests at all ...
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The Beginning of Spring

Spring cleanups will begin in April.  It is our hopes to have everyone started before the holidays. Irrigation will be turned on shortly thereafter, and soon you will hear the roar of the lawn mowers.  We had a very rough winter so it may take more time than usual for all plants to begin growing again.

As a reminder, since our owners will again begin to venture outside, please be considerate of others and remember to curb your pets. Please do ...

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Winter Tips

Though we have had a mild winter thus far, we still have 2 months to go.  Below are some reminders, tips and safety precautions all owners should be aware of during the winter season.

  • All homeowner’s should keep at least one bag of ice melt in their garage or inside your front door, to help prevent slips or falls.
  • If there is a snow storm, snow removal on the streets will begin after 2″ of snow has fallen, this will continue periodically ...
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Be thankful….

Wishing all our owners a Happy Thanksgiving… affection to your loved ones,  show gratitude to those around you and show appreciation for those who have kept us safe so we can enjoy this holiday season with our families.

T is for the trust the pilgrims had so many years ago
H is for the harvest the settlers learnt to grow
A is for America, the land in which we live
N is for nature and beauty which she gives
K is ...

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Halloween Tips

Start bundling up, since the warm weather is behind us. With that said, the sun is setting earlier therefore it starts to get dark around 6:30 now. Winter is on its way along with all the joy of holidays that come with it.

Halloween is quickly approaching! Soon children in costumes will be running to all houses to collect their sweets. So please take extra caution while driving. We ask parents to make sure their kid(s) are ...

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Wishes for much success

It is with both a heavy heart, but a happy heart that we must say good bye to Danielle.  Danielle has worked together with me in this business for almost 11 years.  She began her 1st year of high school as a file clerk.  She then moved onto answering phones, routing calls & became involved with learning about our communities.

As she grew with the company, she also grew into an intelligent, sophisticated young woman.  She worked her way up to ...

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Welcome Lilyan

It is my sincere pleasure to announce the newest member of our team.  Lilyan Epstein has been training on a part time basis over the past few weeks.  Lilyan officially joins our office family on a full time basis as of September 15th.  She brings her vast office experience; and years of customer service and support.

Lilyan’s friendly personality combined with her professional manner is the perfect fit with our office.  She will be assisting us with the financial requirements of ...

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Homeowner Flooding

If you are a homeowner of a condominium or homeowner’s association and you’re experiencing water intrusions and/or flooding of your home and have sustained sufficient damage, please immediately contact your insurance company.  They will assist you in providing information on a water restoration company.

We also ask that you contact our office after speaking with your insurance company.  We are required to obtain details and determine if a work order must be written to possibly investigate if an exterior repair is ...

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