As the CDC guidance continues to change daily our business must also adapt in order to prevent the spread of this virus. The health and safety of our clients and work family is our top priority. So, after careful consideration we have decided to CLOSE OUR LOBBY in order to protect those closest to us and our families.

All Cornerstone Property Management employees are safely working remotely and will only be in the office on a limited basis. All employees have access to their emails and their voicemails from their remote location. If you do not reach them immediately when you call please leave a voicemail and they will call you back as soon as possible.

You may mail in your HOA/Condominium dues or make payments here on our website by clicking the green button at the top right hand corner. Please follow the prompts. You will need your account number which can be located on your invoice or a recent statement you have received. If you do not have either of these please call our office to obtain your account number.

Notice dated: 3/18/20


Depending on your community’s banking partner, options vary. Check, money order, credit card, automatic debit from your account and on-line are available.

Assessment fees (dues) are fees that are imposed upon individual lots/units by the association in accordance with the governing documents. They are used to cover the total cost of materials, insurance, services and management fees which will be required to maintain all common areas together with a reasonable amount for a reserve account.

It's easy to update your mailing address. Simply e-mail us the details at

Governing documents are recorded legal documents filed by the developer, which may include Articles of Incorporation, Master Deed or Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations among others which determine structure of an association and establish obligations and responsibilities of its members and elected officers and directors.

Governing Documents are available on our website - click here to see the list of properties.

To make a report, please email Be sure to include the address and nature of the violation in your e-mail. If you prefer, you can also use the form on our Contact Us page to let us know what's going on.

Copies are available to members of an association upon request. Please email us at

YES. To preserve the aesthetic quality of a community, you must obtain Board approval by completing and submitting an Architectural Modification Form.

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