Fleming Island Plantation
Master Owners Association, Inc.
The Fleming Island Plantation (FIP) Master Owners Association (MOA) governs all property owners within Fleming Island Plantation. The FIP MOA is responsible for covenant and restriction enforcement and provides architectural review for improvements/changes to the exterior of our homes and commmercial structures as well as the owner’s property. The Board of Directors currently convenes on the second Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm in the Amenity Center conference room.
The Master Association has the ability to levy and collect various types of assessments as defined in the Declaration of Covenants, Restrictions and Easements (CR&E) (Article XII). Currently, the association is only collecting the Initial Assessment (Section 5) and the Regular Assessment (Section 6).
The Capital Contribution is set at $50 and is payable at the initial closing on the property. This is a one-time only assessment. This assessment covers future needs and expenses of the association.
The Regular Assessment is subject to change every year. The Association’s Board of Directors conducts a budget review for the following calendar year during the September board meeting and adopts the budget during the November meeting. This assessment is currently collected on an annual basis. A statement will be sent to the property owner's address on file by the Property Manager and is due in January.
Homeowners that rent their property remain responsible for the condition of their property and their tenant’s adherence to the CR&Es, Board of Architectural Review (BAR) Guidelines, and all Plantation rules and regulations. An information sheet is required to be completed by all homeowners who decide to convert their home into rental property.
For additional information, contact:
Fleming Island Plantation Property Manager