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Heritage Fairview HOA

Welcome Home to Heritage Fairview HOA!

Heritage Wake Forest is one of the Triangle’s premier golf and modern lifestyle communities located near vibrant downtown WakeForest. Overlooking Heritage Golf Club, Heritage Fairview offers a choice of Golf Villas on the course or upscale townhomes with private courtyards and detached garages. Enjoy views of the 1st and 10th fairway, small pocket parks with gazebo and a maintenance and carefree lifestyle.

Community Management Team

Community Manager
Alina Cochran, PCAM, CMCA, AMS
919-878-8787 x 7204
acochran@talismgmt.com

Assistant Association Manager
Stephanie Snyder
919-878-8787 x 7237
stephaniesnyder@towneproperties.com

Accounts Financial Manager
Julia Eaton
919-878-8787 x 7210
jeaton@talismgmt.com

Homeowners’ Right to Initiate Mediation

YOUR RIGHT TO INITIATE MEDIATION

Pursuant to N.C.G.S § 7A-38.3f, members are notified that they may initiate mediation to try to resolve a dispute

with the association; however, the association may decline mediation. Any costs of mediation, including the

mediator’s fees, shall be shared equally by the parties. (NOTE: Disputes related solely to a member’s failure to

timely pay an association assessment or any fines or fees association with the levying or collection of an association assessment are not covered by the mediation statute.)

If you have questions about the new law, below is a link to the ratified bill (since the General Assembly Website does not yet have the new language posted in the General Statues):

http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/Sessions/2013/Bills/House/PDF/H278v4.pdf

What’s New

Welcome to your community’s website!

If you wish to set up an automatic payment arrangement on your account, please log into your community website account and set up a recurring payment.  This is not an auto draft.  For more details, please log in and view the information on the “Pay Assessments” page.  Thank you.


After-hours Maintenance Emergency?  Call Talis at 919-878-8787 and you will be prompted to press 3.  Please reserve all administrative or other requests for the next business day and contact your management team directly.


NC Legislation requires that HOAs notify homeowners annually their right to initiate mediation in disputes with the association.  Cost of mediation is shared and HOAs have the right to decline mediation. For a more in-depth explanation please go to your Governing Documents folder.

Your Talis Management Team

Community Manager
Alina Cochran
919-878-8787 x 7204
acochran@talismgmt.com

Assistant Association Manager

Stephanie Snyder
919-878-8787 x 7237
heritagefairview@talismgmt.com

Financial Manager
Julia Eaton
919-878-8787 x 7210
jeaton@talismgmt.com

Need Help?  Visit  The Talis  Website

Calendar of Events

This calendar below is specific to your Homeowner’s Association. You can click on events to see more details about that event, use the drop-down menu to see more categories of events and use the < and > arrows to scroll through the months for a complete view of activities throughout the year.

Please choose an electronic form from the list below.

Online Documents

Get Adobe ReaderThere are a wide range of documents that can be made available to online users. Documents are often formatted in Adobe .PDF format and they will download and open automatically if you have Abobe Reader. To download the latest version of Adobe Reader click here.

To begin, PLEASE SELECT A CATEGORY FROM THE DROPDOWN LIST BELOWPLEASE NOTE:  DOCUMENT CATEGORIES THAT CONTAIN SENSITIVE INFORMATION FOR HOMEOWNERS ONLY WILL ONLY APPEAR IF YOU ARE LOGGED INOTHERWISE, ONLY PUBLIC INFORMATION CATEGORIES APPEAR IN THE LIST BELOW.

When the list of documents in that category appear, you can click on the document title to download that document.

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News & Information

Stay informed of the latest happenings in and around your community. If you don’t see it here, please share it with us so that the entire community benefits!

You will soon notice that the Log In button has moved to the banner/header area of your homepage. Use that button to be taken to the Log In prompts as well as registration instructions. Logging in will provide additional menu items that are secure for registered homeowners only.

Prevent Frozen Pipes

When below freezing temperatures occur over a few days, water pipes and meters that are close to cold air may freeze. Property owners are responsible for protecting water pipes from damage. Please take steps to prevent water pipes from freezing in order to continue to enjoy water service as well as avoid unnecessary and expensive repairs. Preventing pipes from freezing is much easier than trying to thaw them. Here are some suggestions:

  • Provide warmth to the water pipes:
  • Eliminate cold drafts near water pipes.
  • Tightly close doors and windows to the outside and eliminate drafts from crawl spaces.
  • Fill cracks in walls and around windows.
  • Turn off water to garden hose connections at an inside valve and drain the exposed piping before freezing temperatures set in.
  • Open the door to the room where the pipes are located to allow warmth to circulate.
  • Place a lighted bulb near water pipes. (Never use open flames.)
  • Wrap pipes in insulation or heat tape.
  • Open cabinet door below the sink to allow warm air to reach the pipes.

Make frequent use of your water supply:

  • Flowing water often breaks up ice below freezing.
  • When outside temperatures remain below freezing, it’s less expensive to run your faucet regularly than for you to repair a frozen or burst pipe.

What to do if pipes freeze?

If no water comes from your faucets when you turn them on, most likely the pipes nearest a wall, door, window, or along the floor are frozen:

  • Start by opening a faucet near the frozen pipe to release any vapor from the melting ice and so that you’ll know when the water starts flowing again.
    Begin warming the pipes nearest the faucet and work toward the frozen section.
  • Blow warm air on the pipe using a hair dryer. (Do not leave the dryer unattended or allow it to overheat.)
  • Once water has begun to flow again, let a pencil-sized stream of water flow through the faucet until normal heating is restored to the area.
  • Eliminate cold drafts and allow warm air to circulate around the pipes to prevent freezing again.

Address

Talis Management
8305 Falls of Neuse Road Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27615

PO Box 99149
Raleigh, NC 27624
T: 919-878-8787 | 877-898-2547
F: 919-376-8800

Please see our contact page for a full listing of office contact information.

Contact Us

Please complete all fields below in the Contact Us form.  Feel free to call us if you have not received a response within 2 business days.

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Welcome Home to Heritage Fairview HOA!

Heritage Wake Forest is one of the Triangle’s premier golf and modern lifestyle communities located near vibrant downtown WakeForest. Overlooking Heritage Golf Club, Heritage Fairview offers a choice of Golf Villas on the course or upscale townhomes with private courtyards and detached garages. Enjoy views of the 1st and 10th fairway, small pocket parks with gazebo and a maintenance and carefree lifestyle.

Community Management Team

Community Manager
Alina Cochran, PCAM, CMCA, AMS
919-878-8787 x 7204
acochran@talismgmt.com

Assistant Association Manager
Stephanie Snyder
919-878-8787 x 7237
stephaniesnyder@towneproperties.com

Accounts Financial Manager
Julia Eaton
919-878-8787 x 7210
jeaton@talismgmt.com

Homeowners’ Right to Initiate Mediation

YOUR RIGHT TO INITIATE MEDIATION

Pursuant to N.C.G.S § 7A-38.3f, members are notified that they may initiate mediation to try to resolve a dispute

with the association; however, the association may decline mediation. Any costs of mediation, including the

mediator’s fees, shall be shared equally by the parties. (NOTE: Disputes related solely to a member’s failure to

timely pay an association assessment or any fines or fees association with the levying or collection of an association assessment are not covered by the mediation statute.)

If you have questions about the new law, below is a link to the ratified bill (since the General Assembly Website does not yet have the new language posted in the General Statues):

http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/Sessions/2013/Bills/House/PDF/H278v4.pdf

What’s New

Welcome to your community’s website!

If you wish to set up an automatic payment arrangement on your account, please log into your community website account and set up a recurring payment.  This is not an auto draft.  For more details, please log in and view the information on the “Pay Assessments” page.  Thank you.


After-hours Maintenance Emergency?  Call Talis at 919-878-8787 and you will be prompted to press 3.  Please reserve all administrative or other requests for the next business day and contact your management team directly.


NC Legislation requires that HOAs notify homeowners annually their right to initiate mediation in disputes with the association.  Cost of mediation is shared and HOAs have the right to decline mediation. For a more in-depth explanation please go to your Governing Documents folder.

Your Talis Management Team

Community Manager
Alina Cochran
919-878-8787 x 7204
acochran@talismgmt.com

Assistant Association Manager

Stephanie Snyder
919-878-8787 x 7237
heritagefairview@talismgmt.com

Financial Manager
Julia Eaton
919-878-8787 x 7210
jeaton@talismgmt.com

Need Help?  Visit  The Talis  Website

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Calendar

Calendar of Events

This calendar below is specific to your Homeowner’s Association. You can click on events to see more details about that event, use the drop-down menu to see more categories of events and use the < and > arrows to scroll through the months for a complete view of activities throughout the year.

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Online Forms

Please choose an electronic form from the list below.

+
Documents

Online Documents

Get Adobe ReaderThere are a wide range of documents that can be made available to online users. Documents are often formatted in Adobe .PDF format and they will download and open automatically if you have Abobe Reader. To download the latest version of Adobe Reader click here.

To begin, PLEASE SELECT A CATEGORY FROM THE DROPDOWN LIST BELOWPLEASE NOTE:  DOCUMENT CATEGORIES THAT CONTAIN SENSITIVE INFORMATION FOR HOMEOWNERS ONLY WILL ONLY APPEAR IF YOU ARE LOGGED INOTHERWISE, ONLY PUBLIC INFORMATION CATEGORIES APPEAR IN THE LIST BELOW.

When the list of documents in that category appear, you can click on the document title to download that document.

[wpfilebase tag=browser id=8 /]

+
News

News & Information

Stay informed of the latest happenings in and around your community. If you don’t see it here, please share it with us so that the entire community benefits!

You will soon notice that the Log In button has moved to the banner/header area of your homepage. Use that button to be taken to the Log In prompts as well as registration instructions. Logging in will provide additional menu items that are secure for registered homeowners only.

Prevent Frozen Pipes

When below freezing temperatures occur over a few days, water pipes and meters that are close to cold air may freeze. Property owners are responsible for protecting water pipes from damage. Please take steps to prevent water pipes from freezing in order to continue to enjoy water service as well as avoid unnecessary and expensive repairs. Preventing pipes from freezing is much easier than trying to thaw them. Here are some suggestions:

  • Provide warmth to the water pipes:
  • Eliminate cold drafts near water pipes.
  • Tightly close doors and windows to the outside and eliminate drafts from crawl spaces.
  • Fill cracks in walls and around windows.
  • Turn off water to garden hose connections at an inside valve and drain the exposed piping before freezing temperatures set in.
  • Open the door to the room where the pipes are located to allow warmth to circulate.
  • Place a lighted bulb near water pipes. (Never use open flames.)
  • Wrap pipes in insulation or heat tape.
  • Open cabinet door below the sink to allow warm air to reach the pipes.

Make frequent use of your water supply:

  • Flowing water often breaks up ice below freezing.
  • When outside temperatures remain below freezing, it’s less expensive to run your faucet regularly than for you to repair a frozen or burst pipe.

What to do if pipes freeze?

If no water comes from your faucets when you turn them on, most likely the pipes nearest a wall, door, window, or along the floor are frozen:

  • Start by opening a faucet near the frozen pipe to release any vapor from the melting ice and so that you’ll know when the water starts flowing again.
    Begin warming the pipes nearest the faucet and work toward the frozen section.
  • Blow warm air on the pipe using a hair dryer. (Do not leave the dryer unattended or allow it to overheat.)
  • Once water has begun to flow again, let a pencil-sized stream of water flow through the faucet until normal heating is restored to the area.
  • Eliminate cold drafts and allow warm air to circulate around the pipes to prevent freezing again.
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Contact Us

Address

Talis Management
8305 Falls of Neuse Road Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27615

PO Box 99149
Raleigh, NC 27624
T: 919-878-8787 | 877-898-2547
F: 919-376-8800

Please see our contact page for a full listing of office contact information.

Contact Us

Please complete all fields below in the Contact Us form.  Feel free to call us if you have not received a response within 2 business days.

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