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HOA Information

What is the HOA Assessment?

Homeowner’s associations are not-for-profit corporations created to own and maintain the commonly owned properties of a community. By purchasing a home in Bozman Farms, you automatically become a member of the corporation and share the ownership of common properties. Your assessment, along with the assessment of other homeowners in Bozman Farm Estates, provides for the maintenance of the common areas such as landscaping and irrigation, pools, playgrounds, perimeter fences and fountains and for the administration of the community which includes maintaining insurance, paying property tax, and maintaining compliance with local, state, and Federal laws.

The community is overseen by an Association Manager, who handles the day to day operations of the property and works with the Board of Directors and Architectural Review Committee to uphold the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCRs) of the Association. Volunteers within the community work to shape the quality and cohesiveness of your community by forming committees and organizing recreational activities.

Assessments are due on January 1 of each year. If you purchase a home after January 1, your assessment is prorated from the date you assume ownership of the property.

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Phase 1 Association:    $139.76 annually
Master Association:      $363.36 annually
Total billed January:      $503.12 annually





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