Welcome!

This site was designed to provide community information to the property owners, residents, potential buyers and real estate professionals representing buyers and sellers in the Hamilton County Indiana Community of Pleasant View. Pleasant View is a 162-lot single-family neighborhood in Fishers, Indiana. It is conveniently located off of 37 and 131st Street. This website presents online access to new and up-to-date information, as well as interesting activities for all residents of Pleasant View. All the things you need to know to live happily in our neighborhood! If you have any questions do not hesitate to call us for help. (317) 682-0571


HELPFUL HOMEOWNER DOCUMENTS

HOA Management Q&A: Who Handles What?

The most common questions we receive are from homeowners who are unclear about how the property management company fits into their HOA-governed community. In this quick reference guide, we’ll provide a succinct, easy-to-understand outline of common HOA management duties, so you can get a clearer sense of how the HOA management company relates to the HOA members and the board.


Frequently Asked Questions

There are many misconceptions about Property Management firms and their role within the communities they serve. We’ve compiled a list of common questions and answers to help you understand how we serve you as a homeowner and your community and how to get the most out of your management company.


What Homeowners Want From Their Association

Today, there are roughly 57 million Americans living in managed communities, or HOAs. Of those 57 million, every single one of them has a certain set of expectations about what that should mean. While most homeowners would reasonably expect things like grounds maintenance and maybe some nice amenities, that’s not really the point.


HOA Bylaws and Regulations

The structure with which an HOA functions, and the bylaws and regulations that each HOA is constructed around, are extremely important to residents and board members alike. However, finding your HOA’s bylaws and understanding how they function can sometimes be hard to comprehend without guidance.


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