It is the mission of the Indian Point Homeowners Association to do the job we were created to do, make the Indian Point community a better place for all our residents by enforcing the Indian Point Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, also know as the Deed Restrictions, maintaining a community standard, promoting sound growth and protecting our property values. A place to raise your family and welcome your guests. A place we can all be proud to call home...
The biggest complaint that the Indian Point Homeowners Association receives from our residents is regarding the enforcement of the Indian Point Deed Restrictions. Violation of these rules impacts the property values and standards within our community. This creates an image of pride and that everyone cares about their family, property and our community, and that crime is not welcome within our community. The association follows all the Bylaws and Covenant, Conditions and Restrictions of the Indian Point community, Florida Statute 617 and 720, and under the guidance of our attorney. We do not just make decisions for the sake of making them, everything is done within legally regulations.
Fines assessed for non-compliance of the Indian Point Covenant, Conditions and Restrictions, as per Florida State Statute, are $100.00 per day per violation. The Indian Point Homeowners Association attorney also addresses violations and prepares legal action against those that refuse to comply with the rules governing our community. Not limited to assessment of fines, liens and court action, all at the homeowners expense. Compliance is required regardless if the homeowner is current with their Indian Point Homeowners Association membership dues or not.
We have been working with the Osceola County Sheriff Department, Osceola County Code Enforcement and other various agencies to see that all issues and violations are addressed. Osceola County Code Enforcement is within our community daily and addresses all issues, speaking with residents, issues citations and assess fines. Violations of the Osceola County Ordinances start at $250.00 per day, and can increase per continuation of violation.
All homeowners are responsible for adhering to the Indian Point Deed Restrictions and Osceola County ordinances. If you do not live in the community full time, you are responsible to insure that your tenants and management company obey these rules. If they do not it is the homeowner that is assessed the violation and fine.