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Corder and Company

Jack Corder

Oh the spring time — the flowers are blooming, the trees have leaves, and the grass is green again. It also means that the weeds are back! We have started regular inspections again, so please help the association by keeping up with yard work. Any questions you have can be answered by calling our office at 896-7700 or sending an email to Associations@corderandcompany.com.

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Keep Your Landscape Weed Free

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Reminder – Keep your Landscaping Weed Free

Remember the Covid19 message from our Board sent on March 20th regarding landscape violations?  “We are also suspending landscape violation warnings and fines until May. Corder and Company will continue monitoring the neighborhood during this time, but will not send letters. We would encourage you to get some fresh air and pick some weeds on the nice days, but we fully understand that there are more important things on most minds.”

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Covid-19 Message from our HOA Board

We hope that this note finds everyone well during this surreal time of COVID-19. We understand that many in our community are being affected by the efforts of the city, state and federal government to contain the spread of the COVID-19 Virus. The HOA is taking actions to ease the stress of our community in the small way that we can. We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone.

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Bogus Non-compliance Letters

One of our HOA homeowners reported receiving a letter from the “Northwest Albuquerque Realtors Association” telling him that he must remove the basketball hoop he has in front of his house. Upon investigation, we found that no such organization exists and even if it did, such a letter from them would be bogus. Notification of potential violations within the HOA would come from either Corder and Company or the city. If you receive letters from anyone else about possible violations, please let Corder and Company know.

The Ethics Committee of the Board of Realtors would be interested in information about the letter senders since the letters are not from any licensed Realtor organization and it is illegal to impersonate a real estate agent.