Homeowners Associations in Florida

Butler Bay Unit One Homeowners Association, Windermere Fl

We provide a list of the board members and property manager for Butler Bay Unit One. Before purchasing in an HOA community you will want to research their rules and deed restrictions, reserve funds, budget, bylaws, and documents of the association. You should acquire a copy of the HOA's operating financial statement so that you understand how the HOA fees are being allocated and ensure the reserve fund is adequately funded.


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NAME Gerald Matthews  
TYPE Board Member  
TITLE Pres  
ADDRESS 4700 Millenia Blvd.  
CITY Orlando  
STATE FL  
ZIP 32839  
HOA Butler Bay Unit One Homeowners Association, Windermere Fl  
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NAME Geoff Goetz  
TYPE Board Member  
TITLE VP  
ADDRESS 4700 Millenia Blvd.  
CITY Orlando  
STATE FL  
ZIP 32839  
HOA Butler Bay Unit One Homeowners Association, Windermere Fl  
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NAME Bradley Thompson  
TYPE Board Member  
TITLE Trea  
ADDRESS 4700 Millenia Blvd.  
CITY Orlando  
STATE FL  
ZIP 32839  
HOA Butler Bay Unit One Homeowners Association, Windermere Fl  
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NAME Community Management Professionals Inc - Associa  
TYPE Property Manager  
TITLE NULL  
ADDRESS 4700 Millenia Blvd Ste 515  
CITY Orlando  
STATE FL  
ZIP 32839  
HOA Butler Bay Unit One Homeowners Association, Windermere Fl  
PHONE 407-455-5950  
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HOA Legal Name: BUTLER BAY UNIT ONE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.

Number of Units: 36


Reserve funds are used for large projects such as replacements or repairs within the homeowners association. The funds usually have strict criteria for how they are to be used. The criteria is based on the HOA community rules and regulations, bylaws and accountability. Some examples of reserve fund use are:

  1. Roof replacement on common area buildings such as clubhouses and condominiums
  2. Repairs on community pools and spas such as new pool pumps, pool heaters, pool deck repairs or refinishing etc.
  3. Playground equipment, clubhouse, neighborhood parks, tennis courts
  4. Replacing fencing in HOA controlled areas
  5. Painting of community association buildings
  6. Major landscape projects
  7. Construction and major renovations such as sidewalk projects and private roads

This is just a brief look at a few examples of major projects that the reserve fund may be used for. Community-wide there may be hundreds of items the HOA board is responsible for, so check your governing documents. To get a copy of the governing documents for  please contact the board members or property manager listed below.

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