Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
A homeowner association (HOA), also known as a Common Interest Development (CID) and a community association, is a non-profit entity under which community governance structure is established and operated. Homeowners associations are established with the intent of protecting the community assets and instituting prudent physical and financial maintenance practices. Decisions concerning homeowner association operations are made by a volunteer Board of Directors elected by the community residents during the annual meeting of the membership.
As the Board of Directors is comprised of volunteers, it is generally a good idea as fiduciary for an entire group of homeowners to hire a managing agent specializing in homeowners association operations. Professional management firms possess knowledge of changing legislation affecting non-profit corporations and understand fiscal as well as physical management requirements of these entities. The scope of services provided by a managing agent will vary based on the needs of each homeowner association. Contractual management duties may include preparation of financial statements, collection of dues, coordination with maintenance vendors, bid and proposal acquisition.
All persons owning a unit or lot within the Monticello Community Association community automatically become a member of the Monticello Community Association and are required to pay the monthly assessment. Non-payment could result in a lien against the home.
The monthly dues assessment covers the operation, maintenance and repairs for which the Association is obligated, per the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions(CC&R’s). Items such as insurance, taxes, water, electricity, landscaping services, street sweeping, janitorial, and even pest control are just a few of the items covered by dues. Dues also cover the funding of reserves which are applied to future repair or replacement of major components for which the Association is responsible, such as roofing, painting, and street repair in a condominium development. A budget summary is mailed to each homeowner on an annual basis outlining where dues are spent.
Optimum Professional Property Management has an ACH program where we debit your checking or savings account the second business day of each month. If you’re interested, please fill out the Automated Payment Form today and then submit the form to management. Save money and time! If paying by check, please make all checks payable to Huntington Continental Townhouse Association and mail to c/o: Optimum Professional Property Management, Inc. PO BOX 513626 Los Angeles, CA 90051-3626
Report a violation by contacting Management. All reports are anonymous. Please provide a picture, location, date and time to help with enforcement.
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Cameras are allowed, but the location needs to be approved by HOA and neighbors notified. ONLY one camera is allowed on the front of the home. Cameras in the carport are allowed, but in a location approved by HOA. See Arch. app, Security Camera Policy, and Neighbor Notification form.
Every unit has a designated carport. Every unit also has a parking permit that allows parking in any of the HOA’s NUMBERED SPOTS. The city streets are open to all following city laws. You can be towed for parking backwards into NUMBERED SPOTS, or not moving in NUMBERED SPOT for 96 hrs. Vacation requests can be made to Management. See R&R’s for full list of rules and info.
Landscaping around the community is provided by the HOA. However, within reason and when approved by the HOA, we absolutely love a little creativity and a sense of ownership when it comes to the front of your home.
Several areas of this community website have been secured and will require you to log in to view the secured pages. Please log in using your Owner Portal email address and password. If you have not registered to use Optimum’s Owner Portal, please register here first. If you’re having trouble remembering your password, please click here to retrieve your password via email. If you’re having trouble logging in, please contact Billing by phone at (714) 508-9070 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.