Lake Caroline Owners Association (LCOA)
Lake Caroline is a private, planned community, and once you have purchased property you automatically become a member. We are a non-profit organization, and our primary purpose is to safeguard your property value. According to the Journal of Urban Economics
homes that are part of a homeowners association (HOA) sell at a higher price then homes without a HOA. To fulfill our purpose, LCOA strives to create a community that is both beautiful and enjoyable. Some of the areas of responsibility include financial and legal management, care and maintenance of common grounds and facilities, rules and regulation compliance, and annual meetings. LCOA and our members are governed by our Board of Directors
and our Governing Documents
. HOA assessments are paid annually; invoices are mailed to each property owner in January.
Each neighborhood has the option of forming an additional homeowner association (HOA). From a hierarchy perspective, these HOAs, of which there are eight, fall under the umbrella of LCOA. These HOAs may collect assessments and residents agree to abide by the HOA's governing documents, which may include bylaws, covenants, design guidelines and/or others, in addition to abiding by LCOA's governing documents.
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