Welcome to our official Association Website!
The Graystone Hills CAI is a non-profit corporation chartered under the laws of the State of Texas. Membership is mandatory and each owner automatically becomes a member of the Association upon acquiring a home in Graystone Hills. The Association is governed by the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions and operates according to the By- Laws of the Association.
One of the major responsibilities of the Association is to protect the homeowner’s investment and enhance the value of their property. The Association provides for the maintenance and operation of the common areas and facilities such as landscaped areas and recreation areas. The Association is also responsible for enforcing the protective covenants and may do anything lawful to protect, beautify or benefit the property under its jurisdiction, such as, care for vacant and unkempt lots, pay for the cost of maintaining the common areas, operation of streetlights, lighting at entries, administrative expenses, etc.
The Association collects an annual assessment from the owners of each lot. This assessment is due by January 1st. Any assessment not paid within thirty days after the due date shall bear interest from the date. Assessments, late charges, costs, and reasonable attorney’s fees shall be a charge on the land and shall be a continuing lien upon the property. The Association may bring an
action at law against the owners personally obligated to pay the same or foreclose the lien against the property.
The affairs of the Association are managed by a board of five (5) directors.
The original Board of Directors is appointed by the developer and the developer may retain control and authority to appoint all members of the Board until the last lot is sold or a document releasing control is recorded by the developer in the Official Property Records of Montgomery County, Texas prior to that time. The Board of Directors is required to determine the policies of the Association. Each Director must use their best discretion, care and diligence in the performance of their duties. The Directors do not receive any compensation for their services.
Architectural Control is monitored by the Architectural Control Committee (ACC). The ACC is organized to provide and maintain uniformity and harmony in the construction of improvements to the homes in Graystone Hills. Any improvement made to the exterior of your home or property must have prior approval of the Architectural Control Committee.
The Association’s Declaration provides several restrictions prohibiting activities that tend to decrease property values.
If you have a question or are unsure if something is acceptable, please contact Graystone Hills Association Manager, Amanda Mason at her direct line 936.207.4001 or by email email@example.com.
The Association hopes this gives you an overview of what an Association is, and why you have one.
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