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Tell Me About the HOA Fee In Farmington Subdivision, Clarksville TN

Tell Me More about HOA Fee in Farmington Clarksville TN 


Farmington front entranceFarmington Subdivision
does have an HOA and for homeowners that is a good thing. Neighborhoods with well managed associations show that they retain better value, look better from the moment you first drive  into the front of the subdivisions.

 

An HOA is an asset for the homeowners in Farmington but they want ot know what the rules are and what they are committing to. The HOA is there to work for the homeowners and assure them that the neighborhood's look and integrity is being protected.

Farmingotn H0meIn Farmington the HOA is managed by Ghertner & Company, one of the largest property management companies in Middle Tennessee. The assigned manager lives in the Clarksville area and makes regular visits to the neighborhood to check it out. He is not there to act as a policeman but to see that the vendors are taking care of the HOA contracts are completing their tasks and the neighborhood is looking good.

Farmington SubdivisionArchitectural review is in place in Farmington and that means any neighbor that wants to make architectural changes to the exterior of their home or do landscape or other outdoor living projects must submit a plan for review to the HOA. This will be addressed by the Board of Directors and if approved the plan can proceed. It must comply to the HOA guidelines. This is to keep high standards in the neighborhood and property values up.

 

Currently as of September 2016 the HOA monthly fee is $34. This is used to pay for trash pick up in the neighborhood and maintenance of the front entrances and common areas especially around the ponds throughout the subdivision. Please be aware that rules and fees can change with any HOA. So can the management company. To see current rules and guidelines you need to check with the current HOA Manager Ghertner and Company. Also there are several different sections of Farmington and it is possible they may have different rules or fees.

 

Search to see all homes for sale in Farmington Clarksville TN.

Farmington is a highly requested neighborhood just 1.5 miles from Interstate 24 at Exit 8 on Rossview Rd. It is also located about 2 miles from Rossview Schools. The price range starts in the mid $200,000's to the $400,000's.

 

The Farmington Subdivision HOA is an advantage to the homeowners and to the entire neighborhood look and integrity.

 

To find out more about Farmington or other Clarksville TN Real Estate contact Debbie Reynolds at 931-320-6730.

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