Treasurer:  Theresa Pawczuk

Annual Assessment

  • Annual Assessment is $325

  • Due on February 28th, 2022

  • Mail checks to:

Nowland Estates Subdivision Homeowner's Association, Inc.

P.O. Box 871764

Canton, MI 48187

  • DO NOT "hand deliver" or place in a board member's mailbox.

  • A $25 late fee will be applied to assessments received after the due date.

  • 7% annual interest will be applied to all Assessments that are over 30 days late

  • Lien proceedings will commence after Assessment is 30 days late.

  • All legal fees incurred by the Board in recovering late assessments will be charged to the Homeowner.

 

  • Voting rights of any Member shall be suspended as long as their assessments are delinquent.

Why do we pay Annual Assessments?

When you purchased your home you, in effect, agreed to pay an annual assessment to NESHOA to cover operational costs.

Per the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions, Article 4, Section 3:

The assessments levied by NESHOA shall be used exclusively to promote the health, safety and welfare of the residents of the Subdivision, and, in particular, for:

  1. The maintenance of the Common Areas

  2. Enforcing the provisions of the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions

  3. Providing other community services desired by the Members

  4. The protection of the Owners​

What do Annual Assessments pay for?

In Nowland Estates, the Owner's lot and home is maintained by the Owner.

 

The Association's responsibility is in the Commons Areas and includes:

  1. Storm Drain Facilities Maintenance: Pump station equipment, storm drain cleaning, maintaining grades

  2. Landscaping Maintenance:  Mowing, fertilizing, cleaning, manage plantings, irrigation, maintaining grades

  3. Mechanical/Electrical Systems:  Maintenance of irrigation systems, entrance monuments and lights

  4. Utilities:  Electricity for monument lights and Pump Stations; and water for irrigation of various commons areas.

  5. Snow removal from the streets.

  6. Payment of liability insurance, taxes, contractors.

  7. Each and every other act necessary to protect ant preserve the Common Areas for their intended purpose, including but not limited to, the proper functioning of the Storm Drainage Facilities.