2020 Annual Association Dues: $495 – DUE BY May 1, 2020 by 4:00 PM
Invoices were mailed out the week of March 8, 2020. For additional information, click on the links below. We encourage all to “View Announcement” and “2020 Budget Detail” buttons below.
Methods of Payment
Pay By Check
Please make assessment checks payable to: Hampton Place Homeowners Association
- Checks may be mailed to:
c/o Titan Management
34760 Center Ridge Road
P.O. Box 39531
North Ridgeville OH, 44039
Pay By Credit Card
Note: There will be a 4.5% processing fee ($20) for total of $515.
Late Payment Penalties
Homeowners Association dues are due in full by 4:00 PM of the stated deadline. Per the schedule below, all late payments will be assessed additional penalties, up to and including a lien on the property.
|Payment Received||Amount Due||Penalty Details|
|May 2, 2020 – May 10, 2020||$530||$495 + $35 late fee|
|May 11, 2020 – May 31, 2020||$565||$495 + $35 late fee I+ $35 late fee II|
|June 1, 2020 and beyond||$565 + Lien Fees + Legal Fees||$495+ $35 late fee I + $35 late fee II + Lien on Property|
Please see the responses to frequently asked questions regarding past and current budgets.
With any expense, each resident may not have a direct benefit on each of the Association expenses, however, all expenses do benefit Hampton Place as a whole. Throughout the years, the Board has received numerous requests for events (even to where a committee was created) along with overwhelming positive feedback from attendees when events occur. All residents within Hampton Place have the option to attend and/or participate in all Hampton Place events. It’s your choice if you chose not to participate in them
We are a single subdivision community, and as part of the community you are part of the Homeowners Association. Amenities like the pool, landscaping, ponds, etc increase the value of all of our properties. All residents within Hampton Place have the option to use all amenities. It’s your choice if you chose not to use them.
Each new section of our development brings with it additional expenses that are due before the homes are built, such as common sidewalks, maintenance of the common areas, additional ponds, additional space that requires snow removal, etc. This increase in costs must be included in this budget, even though the homes are not completed in the new section.
With the amount of water throughout Hampton Place, geese control services are required. While many may appreciate the geese around or not see this as a necessary expense, their aggression and waste are a health and safety hazard to our residents.