Condo Fees

Talltree South, like other condominium communities, funds its operations through the condo fees ("assessments") you pay.  These condo fees pay for utilities such as gas for heat and cooking (our largest expense), the water you use, and common electricity as well as maintenance of the roofs, snow removal and grounds maintenance, trash removal, etc. These expenses are reflected in an annual budget, which essentially determines the amount of condo fees charged.
The most recent Talltree South budget may be obtained from the on-site office.

If payment is not received by the Managing Agent (Cardinal Management Group) within 45 days after the due date, legal action will be initiated.

Your account will be sent to the law firm. Remaining installments of the annual assessment will be accelerated, and action to collect fees owed will be undertaken, which may include filing a lien or suit to collect all sums due to the Association, including delinquent assessments, late charges, administrative fees, costs, and reasonable attorney's fees. At this point, you will be dealing with the law firm rather than the Managing Agent. Please don't make us send you to legal!

Any condominium fees (assessments), special assessments, or other charges which are not received by the Managing Agent by the 10th of the month are considered late and interest and fees are automatically added to the amount due.

After two or more returned checks, the Board of Directors may require all future payments to be made by certified check or money order for the remainder of the year. A fee will be assessed for every returned check.

The Board of Directors may suspend an owner's right to use services and facilities, including pool and parking facilities, if an account is past due.

The Association is not a landlord.  This property is operated using condo fees paid by all owners. It is therefore extremely important for all fees to be paid on time.  Direct debit arrangements may be made with the Managing Agent (Cardinal) by calling their offices.

Things You Should Know

Keys

The Bylaws require that each owner supply the Association with a working set of keys for emergency access and to perform other necessary duties. The keys are not a lock-out service, however, if you have provided the office with a key, the on-site manager can give you access to your unit during office hours. If your front and rear doors are keyed differently, you may want to provide both keys to the office in case an emergency blocks one door.

Mailbox keys are solely the responsibility of the Unit Owner. Neither the Association nor the Postal Service has a key for your individual mailbox. If your key is lost, the safest recourse is to replace the mailbox lock using the services of a locksmith.

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