Hope Valley Farms North

Welcome to the new Hope Valley Farms North HOA website. We want to provide residents, family, friends and future residents the opportunity to get to know who we are as a community.

Documents & Forms

Do you need documents or applications? Click here to get everything you need from the Homeowners Handbook to Architectural Applications to Survey Requests.

Community Events

Stay up to date on everything happening in our community. Click here for links for events and happenings in our community.

Make HOA Payments Online

To make your HOA payments or check your account status, click here.

Meet Your Management Team

Towne Properties ǀ Raleigh District Office

Krystal Reid CMCA
Association Manager ǀ Raleigh District Office
919-878-8787 ext. 7213
Direct: 984-220-8668
KrystalReid@TowneProperties.com

Ashley Card
Community Service Administrator ǀ Raleigh District Office
919-878-8787 ext. 7232
Direct: 984-220-8687
AshleyCard@TowneProperties.com

Estrees Marshall
Financial Manager ǀ Raleigh District Office
919-878-8787 ext. 7227
Direct: 984-220-8682
EstreesMarshall@towneproperties.com

After-Hours Maintenance Emergency
919-878-8787 ext. 3

Need Help?  Visit  The Towne Properties  Website

CAPITOL SPECIAL POLICE
919-604-3722

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What’s New

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 Towne Properties 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.

Numbers to Remember

Durham One Call is the central point of contact for information and services offered by the City of Durham.  Contact for information about city services such as waste collection, recycling, potholes, street repairs, litter, unsightly properties, water and storm water services, maintenance of city property, city events and more.

Durham One Call 919-560-1200
Capitol Special Police 919-604-3722
DPD Non-Emergency 919-560-4600

Durham County:
Fire Department 919-560-4242
Police Department 919-560-4322
Pothole Repair 919-560-4340
Property Tax 919-560-0300
Street Light Outage 919-560-4366
Emergency 911

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