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Emerald Hills Condominium 8 Association, Inc.

Emerald Hills Condominium 8 is currently home to approximately 14 families and is located within the Emerald Hills Community Association in Bel Air, Maryland. This webpage is designed to assist the residents of the Association with information from payment information to general community news and information.

For information on the pool and gym hours and rental hall information please visit the Emerald Hills Community Center/Gym/Pool page.

Association Dues
The current Emerald Hills Condominium 8 dues are either $225 or $245 a month payable on the 1st of each month. Payments received after the 15th will incur a $15 late fee. 
 
The current Emerald Hills Community Association dues are $684.00 per year or $171.00 a quarter payable on the 1st of each quarter.
Mailing Payments To 
Emerald Hills Condo 8  /  Emerald Hills Community
c/o Community Asset Management
PO Box 96423
Las Vegas, NV 89193-6423
 
If paying by check or money order, please be sure to include your account number or property address on the memo line of the payment to ensure prompt placement of the payment.

Pay Online
Homeowners can also pay online using one of three services; Revopay, Alliance Bank or your Homeowners' Portal Account. If you do not have a Homeowners' Portal Account, please contact our office and we will get that set-up for you.
 
Management ID 7052
Association ID EC8  or  EM

FHA APPROVAL - Good till 05/22/2021

NOTICE REGARDING PROPERTY INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLE
                Pursuant to the provisions of Section 11-114 of the Maryland Condominium Act and the Condominium’s By-Laws, the Council of Unit Owners of the Condominium is responsible for obtaining and maintaining a Master Insurance Policy insuring the Common Elements and Units (exclusive of improvements or betterment installed in the Units by Unit Owners other than the Developer) from commonly-insured against casualties. Unit Owners are advised that, if the cause of any damage to or destruction of any portion of the Condominium originates from their Unit (regardless of fault), the Owner of that Unit where the cause of the damage or destruction originated is responsible to the Council of Unit Owners for reimbursement of any resulting deductible under the Master Insurance Policy up to a maximum amount of $10,000.00. Unit owners are strongly encouraged to obtain supplemental insurance coverage upon their personal property. Improvements and betterment, and to protect against liability for repayment of any insurance deductible under the Condominium’s Master Insurance Policy.
                
Effective 2013; As a result of excessive water damage to residential units in several of the multi-floor buildings from air conditioning units water drainage, each year sometime between March 1st and June 1st, all homeowners/ residents will be required to have their air conditioning unit(s) drained, cleaned, and/ or blown out. This action will assist in preventing overflow drainage of the units. This shall be done at least once a year, and at the homeowners expense. The homeowner/ residents themselves may complete this, or you can be chose to have it completed by a professional contractor.
 
Going forward, any damage incurred by the owner/resident, or other owner/ residents, as a result of an air conditioning unit drain overflow, may be the responsibility of the owner/ resident due to lack of maintenance.

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