HOA

28 Nov 2014
Dangling tree limbs, unkempt lawns and rampant weed growth can all get you in trouble with your neighborhood's HOA board.  Embark can help keep your property healthy and beautiful, putting a stop to the violation letters.

The Most Common Causes of HOA Violations

A growing number of Houston-area subdivisions have Homeowner Associations in place to create and enforce neighborhood rules for residents and homeowners. These rules may include restrictions on exterior paint color for homes, bans on livestock, and rules regarding tree and lawn maintenance. These restrictions and rules exist to ensure that community standards and aesthetics are maintained in order to protect property values. Homebuyers within the community must abide by HOA rules and by-laws or face penalties, fines and even liens on their homes.

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07 Oct 2014

Is Your HOA Making One Of These Landscaping Mistakes?

Homeowners Associations, commonly known as HOAs, are the governing body of a neighborhood, community or complex, and are tasked with making and enforcing neighborhood rules and deed restrictions. In addition, HOAs are also responsible for ensuring that the neighborhood landscaping, common green space, and surrounding trees are maintained. Unfortunately, some Houston area HOA's make poor decisions regarding the landscape and tree maintenance of their community, damaging curb appeal and threatening property values.

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08 Apr 2014
Homeowners Associations and their residents can be at risk when amateur and unsafe contractors are hired for landscape and tree maintenance.

Is A Contracted Landscaper or Tree Crew Putting Your HOA At Risk?

Homeowners Associations are tasked with enforcing neighborhood deed restrictions, protecting property values and maintaining the beauty of the community for residents. In order to help maintain the beauty and health of grass, trees and landscape gardens in community entrances and shared common areas, HOAs hire tree and landscape maintenance crews on a contract basis for their services.

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15 Nov 2013
When Embark Services maintains landscapes and trees for subdivisions, Houston area residents can trust that their HOA annual dues are being spent well.

Are Your HOA Fees Paying For Substandard Landscaping and Maintenance?

Many residents in the greater Houston area have started to receive a bill for their annual Homeowners Association fees. These fees typically cover the costs of community landscaping, tree care, community pool maintenance, and upkeep for subdivision parks and walking areas.

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