Update on Delinquent Homeowners Assessment Letter

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September 29,2023
If you have paid you annual assessment, this notice does not apply. I posted this notice so all residents can see the effort the Falls of Green Meadows Board is taking to collect all assessments. This is extra effort that is not needed if the residents would pay their assessments. The Board is also actively pursuing, to include foreclosure actions to collect delinquent assessments. This notice was mailed on on Thursday to all appropriate residents.

September 27, 2023

Hello, Falls of Green Meadows Homeowners
The Falls Board of Directors is requesting you pay your homeowner assessment in full immediately. If you need assistance or a payment plan, please let us know before your delinquent account is reported to the Credit Agencies.
According to Texas Laws, Homeowners must reach if you need any type of assistance.
Homeowners should call Cinthia Gordillo at Chaparral Management, to discuss payment plan options. She can be reached at (223) 244-6264
This notice will follow the guidelines provided below.
Payment Solutions Initiative 6-STEP PROCESS - The PSI Program is a simplified 6-step process, each with a flat all-inclusive fee charged to the Association, and subsequently the delinquent owner’s account.
Step 1: Friendly Reminder 30 Days $10
Step 2: Demand Letter 60 Days $50
Step 3: Final Demand Letter 105 Days $50
Step 4: Intent to Lien 135 Days $150
Step 5: Notice of Lien Filing 165 Days $300
Step 6: Collection Warning Alert & DAP 195 Days $375 CREDIT REPORTING –
The PSI Program will also report delinquent accounts to Equifax at no charge to the Association or the Owner. The credit reporting process will also reward and build a positive credit history for most owners who keep their accounts current and further motivate all owners to pay on time.


Context for Letter

We are still receiving replies about this posting from residents who have paid for the year.

Please note that this site (.info) is run by homeowners, whereas we homeowners also pay a management company to run the HOA, including the .org site. The .org site is where you pay your HOA dues.

Chris Courter is one of our brand-new Board members and a CPA. He is diligently working to get the five-figures worth of money which specific homeowners owe the HOA in dues, but have not paid. He wanted to share with you that he is doing this. Many have interpreted this letter to mean they themselves are behind, and that is likely not the case.