HOA Dues and Violations
Your property may be in a neighborhood with an HOA that requires payment of dues. RPM does NOT pay HOA dues.
If you have purchased a property within the last year, you may want to call the HOA to make sure that they have your correct mailing address. Frequently the title company will use the address of your investment property (instead of your home address) for your HOA bills. This may cause your dues to be late and incur late fees. The information for your HOA can be found in the documents provided to you when you purchased the property.
Every lease signed with RPM carries the requirement that the tenant must maintain the yard and adhere to all the deeds and covenants of the HOA. Should you receive an HOA violation for your property, please forward it to RPM immediately. If the tenant receives three violations for the same issue, RPM will remedy the problem. The price for the remedy will be paid out of the owner’s account. The tenant will be billed for the expense and when RPM receives the payment, the owner’s account will be credited.
If the tenant fails to pay what they owe, the outstanding balance will be deducted from their rent. If the tenant remains late on their rent RPM will begin the process of evicting the tenant for non-payment.
Any fines incurred as a result of a tenant not complying with HOA rules will also be passed along to the tenant. Please keep in mind that we cannot hold a tenant responsible for an HOA violation unless you notify us of the problem in a timely fashion.
Please forward copies of all violations to: