This section is designed to help in answering frequently asked questions by new and prospective new owners , in addition, realtors and title companies as well as lenders can benefit from these FAQs .
If after reading these FAQs and you find you need additional information feel free to email your request to the Board at [email protected] . The Board will then return your email with the answer to your question (s).
Q. Are dogs allowed at Dunvegan Woods?
A. In accordance with the Dunvegan Woods Bylaws which were enacted on November 10, 1983 and subsequently recorded at the Rockingham County Registry of Deeds, Book 1468 and Page 1655, and further reinforced by the Rules, which were up- dated by the Board of Directors in June of 2007, no animals, livestock, or poultry of any kind including dogs or other household pets shall be kept in any unit or in the common area. This includes visiting animals. However, an indoor cat may be permitted only with the express written permission of the Board of Directors.
Q. How do I get copies of the governing documents?
A. Copies of the Declaration of Condominium, the Bylaws, all amendments adopted and the Rules & Regulations may be obtained by visiting the Condominium Documents sub-section of this web site.
Q. What does the monthly condo fee include?
A. The monthly Condominium Fee includes all of the items indentified on the last page of the up-dated Rules of June 2007.
Q.What are the options for payment of the condominium fees?
A. Owners have a choice of paying annually, quarterly, or monthly.
Q. What is the due date for the condominium fee?
A. For those that choose to pay the annual assessment in full, January 1. For those who choose to pay quarterly January 1, April 1, July 1, October 1. For those who choose to pay the annual assessment in equal monthly installments, the due date for each installment is the first day of each month.
Q. Is there a 'grace period?'
A. There is a 15-day grace period. Payments received after the 15th incur 1% of the out standing balance plus a $15.00 fine in accordiance with the Condominium Bylaws enacted on November 10, 1983.
Q. Are bills sent?
A. Bills are sent to the owners at the beginning of each month along with a return addressed envelope.
Q. Where do I send my condominium fees?
A. There is a drop box in the mailroom or you can return your fee in the self addressed envolope provided with your monthly statement. The mailing address is Dunvegan Woods Condominium Association, 112 Dunvegan Woods, Hampton, NH 03842..
Q. What is the amount of the condominium fee?
A. $225.00 a month.
Q. What is the 'monthly reserve assessment?
A. The monthly reserve assessement refers to a portion of the condominium fee that is set aside every month for long term maintenance and replacement items such as roofs, decks, failed siding, roadways, sidewalks, parking areas, gutters, and the like. The purpose of reserving for items that will eventually need to be replaced is to ensure that all owners pay their fair share towards the future replacement of parts of the developement which have a finite life, regardless of whether they still own a unit in the developement at the time that a major maintenance expenditure is being completed. This method of paying for the repair or replacement of the above items also minimizes the likelihood of the association having to levy a special assessment to pay for the majority of the cost when a particular project is being performed.
Q. Number of owner-occupied units sold/closed?
Q. Number investor-owned sublet units sold/closed?
Q.Units greater than 30 days deliquent in common/HOA dues?
Q. Does any indivdual (s) or entity own more than 10% of total units?
Q. Is project (including all common areas) complete?
Q. Is project a conversion?
Q. Has control of HOA been turned over to the Homeowners?
A. Yes, Date 11/1985
Q. Is the lender liable for deliquent common charges?
Q. Is more than 20% of total project commercial/ professional space?
Q. Is the project a party to any current/pending litigation?
Q. Is the project professionally managed?
A. No. Self Managed
Q. Is land owned or leased?
Q. Is there a rental office on site?
Q. Are daily, weekly, or monthly rentals allowed?
A. No. A minimum rental of six months is required.