The Treasurer is responsible for the association’s finances. This includes leading the development of the annual budget and assuring all required financial statements, tax returns and reserve studies are prepared on a timely basis and made available to homeowners. The Treasurer also assures there are adequate internal controls in place to safeguard the association’s cash and other assets. The internal controls currently in place are listed on the Board and Documents page of this website under the heading Financial Rules.
Annual Dues & Fees
Each year in December, the ENPHA Board approves a budget and levies an annual maintenance assessment (dues) for the following year pursuant to our declarations and covenants. The annual assessment is a flat fee per property and is due by January 31 of the following year. Since 2015 the assessment has been $200 per property.
Beginning in 2017, dues may be paid through our on-line payment system using a major credit card or PayPal account OR by mailing a check to our post office box. A convenience fee is added to on-line payments to cover third-party costs.
Homeowners who have not paid the annual assessment by January 31 will receive a reminder letter and a request for immediate payment. If possible the ENPHA Board, through its agents, will attempt to contact delinquent homeowners via phone, e-mail or personal visit. If the dues remain unpaid, the homeowner may be assessed a fine of $100 per month until all outstanding amounts are paid. Unpaid assessments may also be turned over to our attorney or collection agency and liens may be filed.
Although ENPHA will make every attempt to contact homeowners, it is the homeowners’ responsibility to remit annual dues in a timely manner. Please help us to help you by keeping your contact information updated so we can notify you of your annual maintenance assessment, the annual homeowners’ meeting and other important ENPHA business. You can update your information at any time by contacting our bookkeeper Peggy Long at email@example.com.