The benefits of our Homeowners Association:


One of the best things about living in Hill Country Retreat is you can relax knowing your community will keep on looking as beautiful as the day you first saw it. That's because your Homeowners Association (HOA) dues help pay for maintaining your community's common areas and amenities. Not only does that help protect your property values, it ensures you'll always be proud to call Hill Country Retreat your home.

Items covered by the HOA

  • Street Repair and Maintenance – HCR has Private Streets
  • On Site Association Management
  • Maintenance of Resort Clubhouse
  • Lifestyle Activities and Events (Re: Fitness, Clubs, Groups, et al.)
  • Maintenance of Resort Swimming Pools
  • Community Landscaping in Common Areas
  • Maintenance of Expansive Trail System
  • Maintenance of Various other Amenities (Tennis Courts, Horseshoe Pits, Bocce Ball Courts)
  • Management of Association’s Financial Resources
  • Deed Enforcement of Homeowners Lots

 

HOA Dues

  • $115 per month per household
  • Collected quarterly



Common Questions

How is the governing board structured?
Currently the HCR Board of Directors is composed of three representatives from the Developer.

What committees contribute to the governing board?
HCR has six Board governed Committees. (Advisory, Architectural Modifications, Communications, Finance, Nominating, and Social)

Does the HOA survey residents to find out about new interests?
The HCR Community Association periodically polls the residents on various topics ranging from next desired day trip destination to which radio station the residents prefer to listen to in the Resort.

Are all the community activities included in the fees?
Access and use of the common elements (use of the fitness room, pools, and general use of the Resort, etc.) is included in the Association assessment. There are various other elective events and programming where an additional fee is required.

Does the HOA have a reserve fund?
Reserve funds are maintained for future repair and replacement of assets that the HOA has long-term responsibility for, and are essential to a successful community. Reserves do not fund everyday expenses or more routine needs; the operating fund serves that.

How often are HOA fees increased?
Only when necessary. (Twice in last five years)

Does the HOA maintain all the amenities?
Yes. All of the amenities within the community and on common area are maintained by the Association.

Does the HOA have a community newsletter or intranet site for residents?
Yes. The Association has a monthly newsletter that is created out of the resort and posted onto the Portal as well as printed and available at the front desk. The Association also uses a “Portal” or intranet website that is password and username protected and only available to staff and residents.


Is there a process in place to get a new club chartered?
Yes. To be officially recognized as a Club, the Club must have approved By-Laws and recognized accounting practices, should they ne necessary. Once reviewed by Association’s Management team, the Club would need to be approved by the Board of Directors.

What are the rules for visiting grandchildren?
Children under the age of 19 may not stay in a dwelling unit for more than 90 days in any 12-month period. (Age restrictions on access/usage of the various rooms at the Resort. Basically, over the age of 16 have full access to Resort)

Are there activities for visiting grandchildren?
Currently, the only available, structured, activity for grandchildren is Open Swim from 1:00pm-3:00pm daily.

CCMC (Capital Consultants Mgmt Corporation)


HOA is managed by:

Brett Wiklund

4500 Del Webb Blvd

San Antonio, TX 78253