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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Homeowners Association?
The Magnolias of Ocala Homeowners Association is a not-for-profit corporation that maintains all common areas in accordance with the provisions of the legal documents: Bylaws, Rules and Regulations and the Master Covenants and Restrictions. The Association is financially supported by all members of the homeowners association. Membership is mandatory.
What services is included in the management of the association?
The Association also provides services such as: collection of maintenance fees / dues, providing financial statements and collection reports, communication with the homeowners, maintenance of commonly owned properties including roads and pathways, and serving as in an advisory capacity. The association staff implements the decisions made by the board of directors.
What are the Bylaws?
The bylaws are the guidelines for the operation of the association. The bylaws define the duties of the various officers of the board of directors, the terms of the directors, the membership’s voting rights, required meetings and notices of meetings, and the principal office of the association, as well as other specific items that are necessary to run the association as a business. The bylaws for the association may be viewed on this website.
If I am having a problem with a neighbor for a violation of the Governing documents, what can I do?
If residents cannot resolve a situation between themselves, then turn to your association. Should you have a situation that does not appear to be resolved through neighborly means, and you are willing to actively participate in the enforcement provided by the Association, you may contact the management office or the Ocala Police Department.
What are my voting rights in this association?
Each lot is entitled to one vote. If the lot is owned by more than one person, those persons shall designate one amongst themselves as the voting representative entitled to cast their lot vote at any meeting of the homeowners.
Where can I find the list of restrictions on the use of my property?
There are numerous restrictions on the use of your property, which includes limitations on: Use as single family residence, pets, and alterations, use of common elements, nuisance, and illegal uses. This list is not all inclusive. Please refer to the Declaration of Covenants and the Rules and Regulations for more information otherwise documents can be found on the website.
Can I display signs?
To preserve the aesthetic quality of the Subject Property, no commercial signs (including political signs ) except those specifically permitted by this provision, including signs advertising the sale or lease of any Lot or Residence shall be erected or placed or allowed to be erected or placed on any lot, including any signs inside any Residence visible through any windows, without the prior written consent of the ARB. The Owner may place one ”FOR SALE” sign advertising the availability of his or her Lot for sale upon the Lot, said sign not to exceed twenty-four inches (24”) in length and eighteen inches (18”) in height.
How much are my Homeowners Association Assessments / Dues/ Maintenance Fees and when are they due?
Maintenance Fees / Dues are $65.00 per month and payable monthly on the first day of each month. Late fees are accrued past the 10th of the month.
What happens if I don’t pay my Maintenance Fee?
The maintenance and management services incurred by the association are dependent upon timely receipt of the Maintenance Fees due from each homeowner. Late payments will result in a late charge as payment is due on the first of the month. In addition, the governing documents allow the association to charge late fees and interest and proceed with a lien on your property, or foreclosure proceedings for nonpayment of Dues.
What does Estoppel mean?
This means that the ownership of real property is stopping with the seller (Owner) and will begin again with the Purchaser (Borrower). All debt owed to the Association by the Seller (Owner) will appear on this form, payoff of such debt is expected prior to or at the time of closing.
What does this mean to the Purchaser or Seller?
In order to purchase real property, an Estoppel request must be made by the Purchasers Title Company. The information contained in an Estoppel is used for compiling the costs for closing purposes. These costs and fees are found on the HUD Statement or Settlement Statement that you will receive at closing.
What will the Estoppel tell the Title Company?
An Estoppel will let the Title Insurance know if the Assessment dues on the property are current.
Who is responsible for paying the Estoppel?
The Seller (Owner)
What are the costs of an Estoppel and / or Homeowners Certificate?
The fee for an Estoppel is about $50.00 The fee for a Homeowners Certificate is about $100.00
Is there an application required prior to a new owner / renter moving in?
Yes. The Application to Purchase & Lease which consists of a background check and credit check. The fee is currently $50.00 per application cash or money order only.
What is the mailing address for payments?

Make check payable to: The Magnolias of Ocala HOA
Mail to:
The Magnolias of Ocala HOA
c/o Leland Management
P.O. Box 628207
Orlando, FL 32862

What is the Management company’s After Emergency number?
1 (866) 263-3987
If I have an Accounting or Billing questions who should I call?
For billing or account inquires, our Assessment and Billing Department will be able to assist you with questions regarding your account by calling 1(888) 465-0346 ext. 1001
What about Bill Pay services?
For bill pay services click on the Button “Pay Dues Online” for the Resident Payment Portal on the Leland website. If it is the first time you are paying your dues online, please CREATE A LOGIN .
How can I serve on a Committee?
The web site lists current committees: ARB (Architectural Review Board) Committee, Fines Committee. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the Management Company.
What is the ARB (Architectural Review Board) Committee?
The sole purpose of this homeowner’s association is to maintain property values in this community through ensuring conformity to style, function, and appearance of the neighborhood. To attain our goal of conformity, rules and regulations are established. It is the interpretation of such rules and regulations that the ARB Committee oversees. The Board of Directors does not wish to adhere so strictly to the covenants that residents feel them to be the “neighborhood police.” Nor does the Board wish to disregard the protection afforded by the covenants. Therefore, the guidelines established by the Board of Directors have been approved and will be used in the enforcement of the covenants.
What is the ARB Committee Members Forum?
This Forum is to help the ARB Committee Members manage, track, discuss, and vote on ARB Applications. The idea is to keep the ARB connected and a central location to manage responses, discussion, decisions, etc. This is not intended to replace the monthly in-person ARB meetings, but rather to supplement that effort. Although, I have also included some links to a free video conference call service. Please click on the following and log in here. This is restricted to Committee Members only.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Homeowners Association?
The Magnolias of Ocala Homeowners Association is a not-for-profit corporation that maintains all common areas in accordance with the provisions of the legal documents: Bylaws, Rules and Regulations and the Master Covenants and Restrictions. The Association is financially supported by all members of the homeowners association. Membership is mandatory.
What services is included in the management of the association?
The Association also provides services such as: collection of maintenance fees / dues, providing financial statements and collection reports, communication with the homeowners, maintenance of commonly owned properties including roads and pathways, and serving as in an advisory capacity. The association staff implements the decisions made by the board of directors.
What are the Bylaws?
The bylaws are the guidelines for the operation of the association. The bylaws define the duties of the various officers of the board of directors, the terms of the directors, the membership’s voting rights, required meetings and notices of meetings, and the principal office of the association, as well as other specific items that are necessary to run the association as a business. The bylaws for the association may be viewed on this website.
If I am having a problem with a neighbor for a violation of the Governing documents, what can I do?
If residents cannot resolve a situation between themselves, then turn to your association. Should you have a situation that does not appear to be resolved through neighborly means, and you are willing to actively participate in the enforcement provided by the Association, you may contact the management office or the Ocala Police Department.
What are my voting rights in this association?
Each lot is entitled to one vote. If the lot is owned by more than one person, those persons shall designate one amongst themselves as the voting representative entitled to cast their lot vote at any meeting of the homeowners.
Where can I find the list of restrictions on the use of my property?
There are numerous restrictions on the use of your property, which includes limitations on: Use as single family residence, pets, and alterations, use of common elements, nuisance, and illegal uses. This list is not all inclusive. Please refer to the Declaration of Covenants and the Rules and Regulations for more information otherwise documents can be found on the website.
Can I display signs?
To preserve the aesthetic quality of the Subject Property, no commercial signs (including political signs ) except those specifically permitted by this provision, including signs advertising the sale or lease of any Lot or Residence shall be erected or placed or allowed to be erected or placed on any lot, including any signs inside any Residence visible through any windows, without the prior written consent of the ARB. The Owner may place one ”FOR SALE” sign advertising the availability of his or her Lot for sale upon the Lot, said sign not to exceed twenty-four inches (24”) in length and eighteen inches (18”) in height.
How much are my Homeowners Association Assessments / Dues/ Maintenance Fees and when are they due?
Maintenance Fees / Dues are $65.00 per month and payable monthly on the first day of each month. Late fees are accrued past the 10th of the month.
What happens if I don’t pay my Maintenance Fee?
The maintenance and management services incurred by the association are dependent upon timely receipt of the Maintenance Fees due from each homeowner. Late payments will result in a late charge as payment is due on the first of the month. In addition, the governing documents allow the association to charge late fees and interest and proceed with a lien on your property, or foreclosure proceedings for nonpayment of Dues.
What does Estoppel mean?
This means that the ownership of real property is stopping with the seller (Owner) and will begin again with the Purchaser (Borrower). All debt owed to the Association by the Seller (Owner) will appear on this form, payoff of such debt is expected prior to or at the time of closing.
What does this mean to the Purchaser or Seller?
In order to purchase real property, an Estoppel request must be made by the Purchasers Title Company. The information contained in an Estoppel is used for compiling the costs for closing purposes. These costs and fees are found on the HUD Statement or Settlement Statement that you will receive at closing.
What will the Estoppel tell the Title Company?
An Estoppel will let the Title Insurance know if the Assessment dues on the property are current.
Who is responsible for paying the Estoppel?
The Seller (Owner)
What are the costs of an Estoppel and / or Homeowners Certificate?
The fee for an Estoppel is about $50.00 The fee for a Homeowners Certificate is about $100.00
Is there an application required prior to a new owner / renter moving in?
Yes. The Application to Purchase & Lease which consists of a background check and credit check. The fee is currently $50.00 per application cash or money order only.
What is the mailing address for payments?

Make check payable to: The Magnolias of Ocala HOA
Mail to:
The Magnolias of Ocala HOA
c/o Leland Management
P.O. Box 628207
Orlando, FL 32862

What is the Management company’s After Emergency number?
1 (866) 263-3987
If I have an Accounting or Billing questions who should I call?
For billing or account inquires, our Assessment and Billing Department will be able to assist you with questions regarding your account by calling 1(888) 465-0346 ext. 1001
What about Bill Pay services?
For bill pay services click on the Button “Pay Dues Online” for the Resident Payment Portal on the Leland website. If it is the first time you are paying your dues online, please CREATE A LOGIN .
How can I serve on a Committee?
The web site lists current committees: ARB (Architectural Review Board) Committee, Fines Committee. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the Management Company.
What is the ARB (Architectural Review Board) Committee?
The sole purpose of this homeowner’s association is to maintain property values in this community through ensuring conformity to style, function, and appearance of the neighborhood. To attain our goal of conformity, rules and regulations are established. It is the interpretation of such rules and regulations that the ARB Committee oversees. The Board of Directors does not wish to adhere so strictly to the covenants that residents feel them to be the “neighborhood police.” Nor does the Board wish to disregard the protection afforded by the covenants. Therefore, the guidelines established by the Board of Directors have been approved and will be used in the enforcement of the covenants.
What is the ARB Committee Members Forum?
This Forum is to help the ARB Committee Members manage, track, discuss, and vote on ARB Applications. The idea is to keep the ARB connected and a central location to manage responses, discussion, decisions, etc. This is not intended to replace the monthly in-person ARB meetings, but rather to supplement that effort. Although, I have also included some links to a free video conference call service. Please click on the following and log in here. This is restricted to Committee Members only.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Homeowners Association?
The Magnolias of Ocala Homeowners Association is a not-for-profit corporation that maintains all common areas in accordance with the provisions of the legal documents: Bylaws, Rules and Regulations and the Master Covenants and Restrictions. The Association is financially supported by all members of the homeowners association. Membership is mandatory.
What services is included in the management of the association?
The Association also provides services such as: collection of maintenance fees / dues, providing financial statements and collection reports, communication with the homeowners, maintenance of commonly owned properties including roads and pathways, and serving as in an advisory capacity. The association staff implements the decisions made by the board of directors.
What are the Bylaws?
The bylaws are the guidelines for the operation of the association. The bylaws define the duties of the various officers of the board of directors, the terms of the directors, the membership’s voting rights, required meetings and notices of meetings, and the principal office of the association, as well as other specific items that are necessary to run the association as a business. The bylaws for the association may be viewed on this website.
If I am having a problem with a neighbor for a violation of the Governing documents, what can I do?
If residents cannot resolve a situation between themselves, then turn to your association. Should you have a situation that does not appear to be resolved through neighborly means, and you are willing to actively participate in the enforcement provided by the Association, you may contact the management office or the Ocala Police Department.
What are my voting rights in this association?
Each lot is entitled to one vote. If the lot is owned by more than one person, those persons shall designate one amongst themselves as the voting representative entitled to cast their lot vote at any meeting of the homeowners.
Where can I find the list of restrictions on the use of my property?
There are numerous restrictions on the use of your property, which includes limitations on: Use as single family residence, pets, and alterations, use of common elements, nuisance, and illegal uses. This list is not all inclusive. Please refer to the Declaration of Covenants and the Rules and Regulations for more information otherwise documents can be found on the website.
Can I display signs?
To preserve the aesthetic quality of the Subject Property, no commercial signs (including political signs ) except those specifically permitted by this provision, including signs advertising the sale or lease of any Lot or Residence shall be erected or placed or allowed to be erected or placed on any lot, including any signs inside any Residence visible through any windows, without the prior written consent of the ARB. The Owner may place one ”FOR SALE” sign advertising the availability of his or her Lot for sale upon the Lot, said sign not to exceed twenty-four inches (24”) in length and eighteen inches (18”) in height.
How much are my Homeowners Association Assessments / Dues/ Maintenance Fees and when are they due?
Maintenance Fees / Dues are $65.00 per month and payable monthly on the first day of each month. Late fees are accrued past the 10th of the month.
What happens if I don’t pay my Maintenance Fee?
The maintenance and management services incurred by the association are dependent upon timely receipt of the Maintenance Fees due from each homeowner. Late payments will result in a late charge as payment is due on the first of the month. In addition, the governing documents allow the association to charge late fees and interest and proceed with a lien on your property, or foreclosure proceedings for nonpayment of Dues.
What does Estoppel mean?
This means that the ownership of real property is stopping with the seller (Owner) and will begin again with the Purchaser (Borrower). All debt owed to the Association by the Seller (Owner) will appear on this form, payoff of such debt is expected prior to or at the time of closing.
What does this mean to the Purchaser or Seller?
In order to purchase real property, an Estoppel request must be made by the Purchasers Title Company. The information contained in an Estoppel is used for compiling the costs for closing purposes. These costs and fees are found on the HUD Statement or Settlement Statement that you will receive at closing.
What will the Estoppel tell the Title Company?
An Estoppel will let the Title Insurance know if the Assessment dues on the property are current.
Who is responsible for paying the Estoppel?
The Seller (Owner)
What are the costs of an Estoppel and / or Homeowners Certificate?
The fee for an Estoppel is about $50.00 The fee for a Homeowners Certificate is about $100.00
Is there an application required prior to a new owner / renter moving in?
Yes. The Application to Purchase & Lease which consists of a background check and credit check. The fee is currently $50.00 per application cash or money order only.
What is the mailing address for payments?

Make check payable to: The Magnolias of Ocala HOA
Mail to:
The Magnolias of Ocala HOA
c/o Leland Management
P.O. Box 628207
Orlando, FL 32862

What is the Management company’s After Emergency number?
1 (866) 263-3987
If I have an Accounting or Billing questions who should I call?
For billing or account inquires, our Assessment and Billing Department will be able to assist you with questions regarding your account by calling 1(888) 465-0346 ext. 1001
What about Bill Pay services?
For bill pay services click on the Button “Pay Dues Online” for the Resident Payment Portal on the Leland website. If it is the first time you are paying your dues online, please CREATE A LOGIN .
How can I serve on a Committee?
The web site lists current committees: ARB (Architectural Review Board) Committee, Fines Committee. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the Management Company.
What is the ARB (Architectural Review Board) Committee?
The sole purpose of this homeowner’s association is to maintain property values in this community through ensuring conformity to style, function, and appearance of the neighborhood. To attain our goal of conformity, rules and regulations are established. It is the interpretation of such rules and regulations that the ARB Committee oversees. The Board of Directors does not wish to adhere so strictly to the covenants that residents feel them to be the “neighborhood police.” Nor does the Board wish to disregard the protection afforded by the covenants. Therefore, the guidelines established by the Board of Directors have been approved and will be used in the enforcement of the covenants.
What is the ARB Committee Members Forum?
This Forum is to help the ARB Committee Members manage, track, discuss, and vote on ARB Applications. The idea is to keep the ARB connected and a central location to manage responses, discussion, decisions, etc. This is not intended to replace the monthly in-person ARB meetings, but rather to supplement that effort. Although, I have also included some links to a free video conference call service. Please click on the following and log in here. This is restricted to Committee Members only.

The Magnolias of Ocala HOA complies with all state and federal civil rights laws, including the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The Magnolias of Ocala HOA complies with all state and federal civil rights laws, including the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The Magnolias of Ocala HOA complies with all state and federal civil rights laws, including the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Copyright ©2017 The Magnolias of Ocala HOA

All Rights Reserved. Designed and Hosted By
The Yin Yang Group | Photography Photos by TYYG