Hollow Ridge Estates
Dues are $250 per year and are due by January 1 of each year. A $20 per month late fee applies. Dues Statements are sent out one month before annual payments are due.
How to Pay Annual Dues
There are several ways homeowners can pay their HOA dues. All payments should be made payable to the HOA and should include your street address and account number in the memo area. Your account number can be found on your annual statement. Mailed payments should be sent 7-10 days before your payment is due to allow for USPS delivery on time.
Owners can pay by mailing their annual statement coupon with a check or money order to PO Box 99397, Raleigh, NC 27624.
Owners can also pay using their banks bill pay service. Payments should be made payable to the HOA and should include your street address and account number in the memo area. Your account number can be found on your annual statement. Please make sure the bank mails your check 7-10 days before your payment is due to allow for USPS delivery on time.
Payments can be made in person using the drop box at our office. Our office is located at 222 S Swing Road, Unit 2, Greensboro, NC 27409.
Online payments using a credit or debit card can be made through Zego using the Pay My HOA Dues tab at the top of the page. Please note that Zego is a third-party company used to securely accept credit and debit card payments and they do charge a fee for their service. We do have several other free ways to pay your dues.
Single Family Insurance Coverage
As a single-family community the Association only carries liability insurance on the common areas. As a homeowner, you are responsible for insurance on your home to cover the dwelling and personal property contents in the event of fire or destruction by obtaining an HO-3 policy. Please contact your insurance agent to make sure you have the correct type of policy coverage.
Trash cans should be placed at the curb the night before collection and removed from the curb the same day trash is collected.
Rules and Regulations
Homeowners are governed by the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions of the Association. A copy of these documents is below. These rules are guidelines for living in this community.
Architectural Control Requests
The governing documents stipulate that all any exterior changes or additions must be submitted in writing to the HOA and must be approved by the HOA before any work can begin. This includes, but is not limited to: installation of sheds, fences, patios, decks, extended driveways, conversion of patio into sunroom, room additions, satellite dishes, installing or removing landscaping (not including seasonal flowers), roof replacement if changing shingle color, siding replacement if changing siding type or color, window replacement, addition of storm doors, installation of solar panels, painting of doors, shutters, windows or siding, etc. If you have a question about if your project requires Architectural Approval please contact our office and we will be happy to answer any questions about your specific project.