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RENTERS: If the house you are renting receives correspondence from the HOA, please pass it on to the owner as soon as possible.

OWNERS: It is the Homeowners (owners of the home) responsibility to tell their renters what to do in accordance to the covenant rules and regulations (ex: cutting the lawn, curb appeal, trimming bushes, exterior maintenance, etc.) and for maintenance of the property. Homeowners must provide the HOA Board with their current address/phone/contact information if renting out their Conjurer's Neck home.  In addition, Conjurer's Neck homeowners must also let us know any time there is a change regarding the rental. You can email us at ConjurersNeckHOA@gmail.com or send us a message by clicking here.


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If you are in need of a contractor, the list below has contractors recommended by Conjurer's Neck residents. 

Resident Recommended Contractors List (updated 3/2021)

Please note that this list is a community service provided by the residents and is not endorsed by the Conjurer's Neck HOA Board.

If you would like to add a contractor to the list, or if you would like to remove a contractor that you had previously added to the list, please contact us at ConjurersNeckHOA@gmail.com.

In Conjurer's Neck, there is a process that must occur before homeowners list their home for sale. The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) must be contacted to complete a home inspection and the homeowner must correct any violations (if any) that are found by the ACC. The current homeowner must resolve any overdue annual dues payments (dues and late fees must be submitted before listing home for sale). If any changes, revisions, or other work has been done to the home/property without receiving proper approval (filling out ACC forms and receiving approval prior to making changes), the current homeowner will be held accountable for corrections before the home can be listed for sale. This includes having the current homeowner pay any violations fines, application fees, and correcting any problems which cause the home/property to not be in compliance with our HOA covenants. Revisions needing prior approval include (but are not limited to) changing exterior colors (doors, shutters, etc.), building a shed/fence/deck, cutting down trees, etc. Please consult your disclosure package, view the ACC Home Inspection Checklist on our website, or contact an HOA board member for more information or if you have any questions. Thank you for your cooperation!