Open House Real Estate Signs in Cameron Wood: Agents are allowed to post only 2 open house signs and only on the actual open house day. If signs are removed by management, they can be found behind the Park Road monuments. Thank You.
Real Estate closing Information: closing Attorneys should contact the Association Manager at the time of sale to obtain information on the status of the property. Please allow three (3) days for us to research our records and respond to you.
1. We will provide you with a closing package including: An account statement advising if and when the seller's annual assessment was paid, if there are any funds due (assessments, late fees, or violation assessments), they must be collected at closing and paid to the Association.
2. If we have placed any liens on the property.
3. If there are any upcoming Assessments currently planned.
4. A Welcome Letter to be given to the buyer at closing.
5. There is a $50 one-time fee to a buyer - to cover research and documentation of this and to set up their new residence account. This is to be collected by the closing attorney and paid to the Cameron Wood Homeowners Association.
To contact to Association Manager to request closing information:
REQUEST FOR CLOSING INFORMATION
WELCOME LETTER FOR NEW RESIDENTS
Link to Cameron Wood Covenants. Covenants
Link to Cameron Wood By-Laws. By-Laws
Any other information you may require please contact Community Association Management at 704-565-5009 or e-mail: Community Association Management
Covenants: It is the responsibility of the closing Attorney to provide the buyer with information on the Covenants governing the Association.
The Declaration is public record since it is filed with the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds. As such, the law presumes the property owner to have notice of their existence. The buyer is obligated to abide by them; ignorance is not a defense. The Association can proceed with enforcement of the Declaration by noticing the property owner of a hearing on a possible violation of the declaration, holding the hearing and then issuing a notice of decision. If it is determined that a violation has occurred, the Association can assess fines of up $100.00 a day for each continuing day of the violation. A claim of lien can be filed to collect the fines and said claim of lien foreclosed upon just as if the fines were unpaid assessments. Annual Assessment: The Annual Assessment is currently $285 annually, as of October 1, 2010. This covers the calendar year from January 1 to December 31. Due on January 1st of each year, and is past due after January 31st.
History: The Cameron Wood community is made up of 805 homes. It was first opened up in 1986 with the original builder being UDC Homes. In 1996 the remaining home sites were sold by UDC homes to David Weekly Homes.
Cameron Wood Swim & Racquet Club: This is a separately owned and managed operation. It can be joined separately by residents and also a limited number of non-resident members. Current members can transfer their membership with the sale of their home. Please contact the Club manager directly with questions concerning membership at 704-553-6417.
Community Association Management
Community Association Management
Cameron Wood Homeowners Association Mailing Address
Post Office Box 79032
Charlotte, NC 28271
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