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MikeH27
(Alabama)

Posts:2


09/14/2019 6:27 AM  
The Declarant is still building houses in the development. The Declarant turned over the HOA to Owners one year ago as per the Covenants "10 year" rule. Construction has now started on the Clubhouse. Question: who is responsible for furnishing the Clubhouse: Developer or HOA? The Clubhouse will have a general use room (furniture), exercise room (equipment), and a large patio adjacent to our Pool (patio furniture). The Pool and Park have already been deeded to HOA. I expect the Clubhouse to be deeded to HOA upon completion.
MelissaP1
(Alabama)

Posts:8601


09/14/2019 7:39 AM  
I suspect the HOA funds unless it's otherwise written in a contract somewhere with the developer. A HOA is only funded by it's members for it's members. So think it most likely will be the burden of the owners. Look at this as an opportunity to decorate as you like.

Finding furniture may come in different forms. There may be members who want to get rid of what they have. Won't be considered a charitable donation. However, it may be the way to provide furniture till the HOA can make decisions. Who knows, may even get some gym equipment that way.

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CathyA3
(Ohio)

Posts:459


09/14/2019 7:39 AM  
Are you on the board? If not, I'd ask them. The developer was a member of the board until turnover, so the remaining members should know.

If you're on the board and don't remember this being discussed, you may have to ask the Developer or dig through your HOA's paperwork. There may also be documents online somewhere that lays out the Developer's obligations and plans for the community. I'd expect these documents to be on your county's web site if they maintain public records there, since developments like this go through many rounds of permitting and approvals. However, plans can change depending on economic conditions, so you need to make sure you're seeing the most current records.




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