Let Us Manage Your HOA

We’ll take the headache out of your homeowners association.

Let Us Manage Your HOA

We’ll take the headache out of your homeowners association.

Types of Associations We Manage

Maples Properties is the Southwest Missouri leader for association management. We handle residential associations including… 

HOA (Homeowners Associations)

COA (Condo Owners Associations)

POA (Property Owners Association)

55+ Community Association

Association Services Offered

Management 

We provide comprehensive management of all association activities, including annual meeting prep and covenant enforcement, as needed. 

Maintenance 

We coordinate the maintenance and repair of common areas, association pool, etc., and we’ll hire the right contractors to get repairs done effectively, efficiently, and economically. 

Accounting 

We ensure all assessment payments are made and prepare financial reports for board and annual meetings.

Expertise

Your HOA management company provides neighborhoods with legal and industry expertise on how to effectively run an association for the betterment of the community. They have access to tools and resources that the average homeowner may not be aware of and can resource them at more affordable rates. 

Less Risk for Community

Your HOA management company ensures the neighborhood follows relevant rules, regulations, and laws, and helps maintain proper insurance coverage. 

Convenience 

Your HOA management company provides a level of convenience to the neighborhood and its governing board. From online dues payment to maintaining  and repairing common spaces, your HOA management company takes care of the legwork so you don’t have to. 

Community Relationships  

Your HOA management company provides neighborhoods with legal and industry expertise on how to effectively run an association. No one wants to be in a disagreement with their neighbors. Your HOA management company can be a buffer between the board and residents and mediate disputes to help avoid lawsuits or harassment cases. for the betterment of the community. They have access to tools and resources that the average homeowner may not be aware of and can resource them at more affordable rates. 

Frequently Asked Questions

An HOA is a homeowner association. These non-profit organizations help a community (neighborhood, condominiums, or 55+ communities) maintain the aesthetic and shared elements (playground, pool, etc.) of a specific community. Most HOAs are governed by a board of (volunteer) property owners within the neighborhood. The HOA board is often assisted by an HOA management company that takes care of compliance, accounting, and other related duties. 

In this case, ignorance is not bliss. Even if you didn’t know your neighborhood was part of an HOA when you purchased your home, you are still liable for regular assessments (aka, dues) and special assessments as warranted. Your HOA management company notifies all property owners in the community of due dates and amounts and will ensure every member pays.

No. Your HOA dues are not part of your mortgage escrow. They are a separate amount and usually collected once a year through your HOA management company. 

If you own a home that shares a neighborhood pool, you can get a key through your HOA management company. If you rent, you will need to get your key from your landlord. 

Most commonly, HOA dues cover the cost of maintaining shared spaces (pool and playground upkeep, etc.), lawn mowing for common spaces, and the HOA management company. HOA dues sometimes include trash services for the entire community. For specifics for your neighborhood, contact your HOA management company or neighborhood board. 

Homeowners have access to pay and communicate with the association management company through an individual account portal. If you’re accessing the portal for the first time, send us your email through the contact page to request access, and we’ll send you the link to set up your login during regular business hours. After setting up your login, you can access the portal through the button at the top right of the website.