Timber Pines Community Association
Day-to-day operations of the Timber Pines community and the Timber Pines Community Association are supervised by a General Manager who is an employee of the Timber Pines Community Association. In addition to the General Manager, the Timber Pines Community Association employs approximately 125 employees who report to the General Manager. The General Manager, in turn, reports to the Board of Directors of the Timber Pines owner’s association. The Board of Directors is an elected board consisting of seven home owner members who are elected by all of the residents. The Timber Pines Community Association is a not-for-profit Florida corporation which is governed by the laws of the State of Florida.
Community Association Finances
One of the biggest reasons home buyers are attracted to Timber Pines is the financial strength of the owner’s association. The Timber Pines owner’s association is an award winning home owner’s association with an award winning management team. The Timber Pines owner’s association is also one of the most financially sound home owner’s associations in Florida and the United States.
The Timber Pines Community Association has zero debt and has substantial cash reserves for repairs and replacement moving forward. The financial solvency of the Timber Pines Community Association is particularly impressive when you consider that Timber Pines has community improvements which are worth, arguably, as much as $86 million, all of which are completely paid for. Because each of the 3,452 essentially owns an undivided interest in all of the community amenities and improvements, approximately $24,900 in intrinsic value is attributable to every home in Timbers Pines.
Community Association Governance
The Timber Pines owner’s association is divided into 57 neighborhoods called Villages. Each Village elects a home owner member who represents the village at a governing body called the Village Representatives. These representatives meet monthly as a group and additionally send a liaison to the Board of Directors to discuss and exchange information that relates to the issues and welfare of the Timber Pines community.
There are also various committees and teams that advise the Board of Directors. Each committee is comprised of seven to ten qualified volunteer residents. These committees provide the residents with an opportunity to serve the community and help to preserve the amenities and lifestyle.