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Managed by:
Boothby Realty Inc.
4 Office Park Circle, Suite 106
Birmingham, AL 35223

www.boothbyrealty.com
,
205-879-9500

Welcome to Redmont Park Villas Association, Inc.

Association Information

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Association Fees and Assessments

Assessment Due Amount$450 per month
Fees IncludeInsurance for the property, common area maintenance, management, upkeep of pool and clubhouse, common area utilities, etc.
How are dues/assessments billedAssessments are due on the 1st of each month. Monthly statements are not sent, only notices of delinquency.
Late Fee PolicyAssessments are late on the 15th of each month and will result in a $25.00 late penalty per month.

Common Area Facilities

Clubhouse InformationA clubhouse is available for use by residents and guests of Redmont Park Villas and Redmont Park Condominium.
Clubhouse - Rental/Usage InformationThe clubhouse is available for homeowners to reserve in hourly intervals and must be reserved in advance and placed on the community calendar. Pleas contact Boothby Realty Inc. for additional information on how to reserve the pool house/club house. (205)879-9500
Recreational FacilitiesA pool is available for use by residents and guests of Redmont Park Villas and Redmont Park Condominium.

General Information

Has control of the HOA been transferred from the developer to the unit owners?Yes
Is the master association completed?Yes
Office Contact and HoursBoothby Realty Inc.
www.boothbyrealty.com
(205) 879-9500

Office Hours:
7:30am- 4:30PM Monday - Thursday
7:30am-12:00PM Friday
Total Number of Units19
Type of HomeSingle Family Dwellings
Waste/Recycling informationRules and Regulations: Section 5. Trash Disposal: Curbside trash and garbage pickup occurs on Tuesday and Fridays or, sometimes, on Monday and Thursdays. Preferably, trash and garbage should be put out on the morning of pickup. When this is not practical for a resident, the trash and garbage may be put out the night before. All trash and garbage shall be disposed of in a clean and sanitary manner in appropriately sealed, waterproof bags, so as to avoid leakage. All trash receptacles should be removed from the curbside at the earliest possible convenience after pickup. At all other times, trash receptacles should not be visible.
Year Built1995

Policy and Procedures

Parking InformationRules & Regulations: Section 10. Parking and Driving:

Section 10.1: The maximum speed limit on the Condominium Property is 10 MPH. All traffic regulations must be observed by each Owner and each Owner's family members, guests, tenants, or employees.

Section 1 0.2: No vehicle shall be parked on the Common Elements or except in an authorized and designated parking space. There are two "cut out" areas in the outer circle and a "Common Area Parking Lot" for use by guests, deliver people, and service personnel. Vehicles should be parked in these areas in an orderly fashion so as to allow maximum use of the remaining area. Upon request and after execution of a liability waiver protecting the Association in the event of theft or damage to such vehicle, the Board of Directors may issue a "Temporary Parking" pass to permit a Unit resident to keep a third vehicle, including the vehicle of a child residing with an owner, in the "Common Area Parking Lot" for a specified period of time. If requested by an Association member hosting a function that will require parking, out of courtesy, other Association members should remove vehicles parked in the Common Elements to the circle outside the Gates. •

Section 10.3: No boats, campers, trailers, or oversized vehicles may be parked on the
Common Elements or in plain view on any Unit. No vehicle may be parked on the roads

providing ingress and egress or on the Common Elements; provided however that guests may park a standard sized vehicle temporarily in the Common Element parking area designated exclusively for guest parking. Any illegally parked vehicle will be towed away at the Owner's expense and the Owner shall be subject to a fine. No motorized vehicle shall be operated on any walkway or other area except upon the driveways and parkirig areas designated for vehicular use.

Section 10.4: No vehicle which cannot operate on its own power shall remain in plain view on any Unit or on the Common Elements for more than twenty-four (24) hours without the express permission of the Board of Directors of the Association and no vehicle repair other than washing and waxing or the changing of a flat tire shall be made on the Condominium property. A violation of this rule will result iri the vehicle being towed away at the expense of the Owner and/or the imposition of a fine.




egress.

Section 10.5: Garage doors should remain closed at all times except for ingress and


Section 10.6: All vehicles should be parked in garages and, except for guest parking or in exceptional circumstances, should not be left on the street in front of residences or in driveways overnight. Except for purposes of loading and unloading, open bedded trucks or sport utility vehicles should not be left in a driveway; such vehicles may be kept in the "Common Area Parking Lot," pursuant to•§ 10.2.
*For a complete list of policy and procedures, please see Rules & Regulations
Pet PolicyRules & Regulations: Section 8. Pets:

Section 8.1: The maintenance, keeping, breeding, boarding and/or raising of animals, livestock or poultry of any kind, regardless of number, shall be and is hereby prohibited within any Unit or upon any Common Elements except that this shall not prohibit residents from keeping well-behaved, orderly dogs, cats and/or caged birds or other domestic pets, provided they are not kept or maintained for commercial purposes or for breeding.

Section 8.2: When pets are outside a Unit, there should be a supervising person who can control the animal. Pets should not be allowed to roam unattended for any period of time.

Section 8.3: The pet owner and/or supervising person is responsible for policing up after the pet. Such policing should occur as soon as possible. Policing must occur when the pet fouls in the Common Elements or on another Unit Owner's property, unless the pet owner and unit owner have reached a contrary agreement or understanding. Out of courtesy for fellow Unit owners, pet owners must make every effort to avoid inconveniencing others.

Section 8.4: Any resident who has a pet on any portion of the Condominium Property shall indemnify and hold the Condominium Association and each of its Members, their tenants, guests and employees, free and harmless from any loss, claim or liability of any kind or character whatever arising by reason of keeping or maintaining such pet within the Condominium Property.

Section 8.5: Pets shall be inoculated as required by local law. The Board of Directors of the Association shall have the right to order any person whose pet is a nuisance to remove such pet permanently from the premises upon three (3) days prior written notice.
*For a complete list of policy and procedures, please see Rules & Regulations
Rental PolicyRules & Regulations:
Section 19. Lease Agreements: In the event that a Unit Owner leases his or her unit, the Unit Owner will submit to the Board of Directors a writing or writings executed by the Unit Owner and the tenants or lessees (a) that the tenants or lessees have been provided with a copy of the Rules and Regulations and understand the obligation to abide by said Ru1es and Regulations and (b) that Unit Owner understands that he or she remains ultimately responsible for full compliance with said Rules and Regulations and payment of all assessed fines.

Section 20. Tenants: The Board of Directors shall have the authority to contact any Tenant in any Unit and counsel or discuss any relevant issue concerning the Condominium Documents or any violation thereof. Should the tenant of any Unit Owner violate any Rule, the Association shall have the right to require termination of any lease and fine the Unit Owner for any violation or assess for any damage to the Condominium Property or any property for which the Association is claimed to be responsible.
*For a complete list of policy and procedures, please see Rules & Regulations

Property Specifications

Utility Information (Electric and Gas)Alabama Power
Water and Sewage (Town/Septic/STP, how metered)Biringham Water Works and Jefferson County Sewer Department
Managed by:
Boothby Realty Inc.
4 Office Park Circle, Suite 106
Birmingham, AL 35223

www.boothbyrealty.com
,
205-879-9500

Welcome to Redmont Park Villas Association, Inc.

Association Information

Association Fees and Assessments

Assessment Due Amount$450 per month
Fees IncludeInsurance for the property, common area maintenance, management, upkeep of pool and clubhouse, common area utilities, etc.
How are dues/assessments billedAssessments are due on the 1st of each month. Monthly statements are not sent, only notices of delinquency.
Late Fee PolicyAssessments are late on the 15th of each month and will result in a $25.00 late penalty per month.

Common Area Facilities

Clubhouse InformationA clubhouse is available for use by residents and guests of Redmont Park Villas and Redmont Park Condominium.
Clubhouse - Rental/Usage InformationThe clubhouse is available for homeowners to reserve in hourly intervals and must be reserved in advance and placed on the community calendar. Pleas contact Boothby Realty Inc. for additional information on how to reserve the pool house/club house. (205)879-9500
Recreational FacilitiesA pool is available for use by residents and guests of Redmont Park Villas and Redmont Park Condominium.

General Information

Has control of the HOA been transferred from the developer to the unit owners?Yes
Is the master association completed?Yes
Office Contact and HoursBoothby Realty Inc. www.boothbyrealty.com (205) 879-9500 Office Hours: 7:30am- 4:30PM Monday - Thursday 7:30am-12:00PM Friday
Total Number of Units19
Type of HomeSingle Family Dwellings
Waste/Recycling informationRules and Regulations: Section 5. Trash Disposal: Curbside trash and garbage pickup occurs on Tuesday and Fridays or, sometimes, on Monday and Thursdays. Preferably, trash and garbage should be put out on the morning of pickup. When this is not practical for a resident, the trash and garbage may be put out the night before. All trash and garbage shall be disposed of in a clean and sanitary manner in appropriately sealed, waterproof bags, so as to avoid leakage. All trash receptacles should be removed from the curbside at the earliest possible convenience after pickup. At all other times, trash receptacles should not be visible.
Year Built1995

Policy and Procedures

Guest Parking Restrictions
Parking InformationRules & Regulations: Section 10. Parking and Driving: Section 10.1: The maximum speed limit on the Condominium Property is 10 MPH. All traffic regulations must be observed by each Owner and each Owner's family members, guests, tenants, or employees. Section 1 0.2: No vehicle shall be parked on the Common Elements or except in an authorized and designated parking space. There are two "cut out" areas in the outer circle and a "Common Area Parking Lot" for use by guests, deliver people, and service personnel. Vehicles should be parked in these areas in an orderly fashion so as to allow maximum use of the remaining area. Upon request and after execution of a liability waiver protecting the Association in the event of theft or damage to such vehicle, the Board of Directors may issue a "Temporary Parking" pass to permit a Unit resident to keep a third vehicle, including the vehicle of a child residing with an owner, in the "Common Area Parking Lot" for a specified period of time. If requested by an Association member hosting a function that will require parking, out of courtesy, other Association members should remove vehicles parked in the Common Elements to the circle outside the Gates. • Section 10.3: No boats, campers, trailers, or oversized vehicles may be parked on the Common Elements or in plain view on any Unit. No vehicle may be parked on the roads providing ingress and egress or on the Common Elements; provided however that guests may park a standard sized vehicle temporarily in the Common Element parking area designated exclusively for guest parking. Any illegally parked vehicle will be towed away at the Owner's expense and the Owner shall be subject to a fine. No motorized vehicle shall be operated on any walkway or other area except upon the driveways and parkirig areas designated for vehicular use. Section 10.4: No vehicle which cannot operate on its own power shall remain in plain view on any Unit or on the Common Elements for more than twenty-four (24) hours without the express permission of the Board of Directors of the Association and no vehicle repair other than washing and waxing or the changing of a flat tire shall be made on the Condominium property. A violation of this rule will result iri the vehicle being towed away at the expense of the Owner and/or the imposition of a fine. egress. Section 10.5: Garage doors should remain closed at all times except for ingress and Section 10.6: All vehicles should be parked in garages and, except for guest parking or in exceptional circumstances, should not be left on the street in front of residences or in driveways overnight. Except for purposes of loading and unloading, open bedded trucks or sport utility vehicles should not be left in a driveway; such vehicles may be kept in the "Common Area Parking Lot," pursuant to•§ 10.2. *For a complete list of policy and procedures, please see Rules & Regulations
Pet PolicyRules & Regulations: Section 8. Pets: Section 8.1: The maintenance, keeping, breeding, boarding and/or raising of animals, livestock or poultry of any kind, regardless of number, shall be and is hereby prohibited within any Unit or upon any Common Elements except that this shall not prohibit residents from keeping well-behaved, orderly dogs, cats and/or caged birds or other domestic pets, provided they are not kept or maintained for commercial purposes or for breeding. Section 8.2: When pets are outside a Unit, there should be a supervising person who can control the animal. Pets should not be allowed to roam unattended for any period of time. Section 8.3: The pet owner and/or supervising person is responsible for policing up after the pet. Such policing should occur as soon as possible. Policing must occur when the pet fouls in the Common Elements or on another Unit Owner's property, unless the pet owner and unit owner have reached a contrary agreement or understanding. Out of courtesy for fellow Unit owners, pet owners must make every effort to avoid inconveniencing others. Section 8.4: Any resident who has a pet on any portion of the Condominium Property shall indemnify and hold the Condominium Association and each of its Members, their tenants, guests and employees, free and harmless from any loss, claim or liability of any kind or character whatever arising by reason of keeping or maintaining such pet within the Condominium Property. Section 8.5: Pets shall be inoculated as required by local law. The Board of Directors of the Association shall have the right to order any person whose pet is a nuisance to remove such pet permanently from the premises upon three (3) days prior written notice. *For a complete list of policy and procedures, please see Rules & Regulations
Rental PolicyRules & Regulations: Section 19. Lease Agreements: In the event that a Unit Owner leases his or her unit, the Unit Owner will submit to the Board of Directors a writing or writings executed by the Unit Owner and the tenants or lessees (a) that the tenants or lessees have been provided with a copy of the Rules and Regulations and understand the obligation to abide by said Ru1es and Regulations and (b) that Unit Owner understands that he or she remains ultimately responsible for full compliance with said Rules and Regulations and payment of all assessed fines. Section 20. Tenants: The Board of Directors shall have the authority to contact any Tenant in any Unit and counsel or discuss any relevant issue concerning the Condominium Documents or any violation thereof. Should the tenant of any Unit Owner violate any Rule, the Association shall have the right to require termination of any lease and fine the Unit Owner for any violation or assess for any damage to the Condominium Property or any property for which the Association is claimed to be responsible. *For a complete list of policy and procedures, please see Rules & Regulations

Property Specifications

Utility Information (Electric and Gas)Alabama Power
Water and Sewage (Town/Septic/STP, how metered)Biringham Water Works and Jefferson County Sewer Department

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