Many James Island communities feature regimes or neighborhood, property owners and/or homeowners associations that advocate for residents, organize communitywide activities and awards (Yard of the Month is common), maintain common areas and enforce neighborhood rules and regulations.
HOAs often require homeowners to pay monthly, quarterly or annual fees. Oftentimes, if you live in an area with a homeowners association, you’ll need to get permission from the association to make exterior modifications, such as installing a fence or changing exterior colors. HOAs can even stipulate what can be placed on a front porch (e.g. potted plants only). Neighborhood associations are less stringent and focus more on promoting community camaraderie. It is a good idea to familiarize yourself with neighborhood covenants and bylaws before buying property in a particular area. Here, we have compiled an extensive listing of neighborhood and homeowner associations for James Island real estate. Pertinent information includes contact numbers and emails, approximate fees and links to association websites if available. Most association websites include covenant and bylaw documents.
Please note that we have worked hard to provide the most up-to-date information on James Island HOAs as possible, but contact information does change frequently. Please let us know if an email address or telephone number doesn’t work for you, and we will do our best to get it updated on the site. Thank you!
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County Club Estates Homeowners Association
Contact: Richard Fulmer, neighborhood president
Country Club I Residents Association
Contact: Gillian Mark, neighborhood president
Creek Point Civic Association
Contact: Tommy Bolus, neighborhood president
Lawton Harbor Homeowners Association
Contact: Alfred Russell, neighborhood president
Lynwood / Willow Walk / Oakcrest Neighborhood Association
Contact: Chris Dowling, neighborhood president
Marlborough Civic Association
Contact: Dr. Harriet C. Reavis, neighborhood president
Riverland Terrace Neighborhood Association
Contact: Andrew Dodd, neighborhood president
Email: at email@example.com
Seaside Plantation Property Owners Association
Contact: Cheryl Bailey
Annual Fee: $190 + monthly fee for individual sub-associations
Stiles Point Plantation Homeowners Association
Contact: Brian Dewhirst, neighborhood president
Contact: Aaron Hettesheimer, Community Management Group
Phone: 795-8484 x323