Tellico Village Soon to Celebrate 25 Years of Satisfaction in Eastern Tennessee

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Tellico Village in Eastern Tennessee

2013 Best Tennessee Community of the Year

Real Estate Scorecard salutes Tellico Village’s 25th Anniversary to be celebrated next month. The homeowners association (HOA) is excited to show the fellow Villagers their hard work. It is not an easy task to make everyone happy in a community, unless you are a Villager at Tellico Village in Loudon Tennessee.

One of the best Eastern Tennessee lake communities has an amazing homeowners association that manages to meet the needs of all of their residents. From resolving issues for the residents to organizing community celebrations at the exclusive Yacht Club, Tellico Village social clubs and the homeowners association are on the ball and happy to be of service.

As more families and retirees become owners of Loudon real estate, communities rely on their local homeowners associations to represent their residential needs. 50% of the residents are involved with the Tellico Village association and offer representation and provides efficient and organized strategies to ensure the best living situations in Tellico Village. The Tellico Villages homeowners association is comprised of a volunteer Board of Directors, several specialized committees and associate members. The homeowners association connects with the local government about relevant community issues, communicates affairs with residents and helps organize events with the Tellico Village social clubs. The homeowners association also works with the Property Owners Association which provides management of the infrastructure and amenities at Tellico Village.

The homeowners association is also responsible for maintaining a tight ship within the community. Not all Eastern Tennessee lake communities are like Tellico Village. Members of the homeowners association keep track of residential information, organize focus groups and collect resident surveys to ensure community satisfaction. The homeowners association also protects the best interests of Tellico Village. In February 2010, the Liaison Committee was created to help the Tellico Village Association during the construction of the Dam Safety Project. The association and the committee helped prevent adverse impacts against community landscapes and Loudon real estate, property values and ensure a positive working relationship with other groups, subcontractors and other organizations.

The homeowners association at Tellico Village support the Tellico Village social clubs. The homeowners association partners with the Tellico Village Garden Club on their recycling initiatives and environmental awareness efforts. The groups inform residents about the available Public Works Recycling Center or golf cart farm in Kahite and portions of proceeds support the maintenance of the 19 Tellico Village gardens. The homeowners association at Tellico Village does not stop there! The association works with other groups and supports nonprofit campaigns, law enforcement and medical issues concerning the Eastern Tennessee lake communities and stays connected about library and educational projects.

When the work is on pause, the association uses their time to organize special events for Tellico Village members. Along with other parties and activities, the homeowners association is preparing for the Tellico Village Annual Christmas Gala at the stunning, exclusive Yacht Club this year. It is the most wonderful time of the year when residents and members of the Tellico Village homeowner’s association can celebrate together and enjoy the fruits of their labor.

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