26 HOMES REPRESENTED AT HOA BUDGET MEETING;
2018 MONTHLY FEE APPROVED
The 2018 Kingsfield budget and monthly fee were approved at the meeting of homeowners on Thursday, November 16.
The meeting was attended by 37 people representing 26 of the 66 homes in the community. Minutes of the meeting will be posted on this website in the near future and will be sent to all homeowners. Click here to read the Management Report presented by Janice Shearer of Grosse & Quade Management Services.
One topic discussed at the meeting was the height of the hedge in the island at the entrance to the community. It was decided that homeowners will be sent an E-mail questionnaire so they can respond with an opinion about the appearance of the island.
FALL CLEANUP WILL OCCUR AFTER MOST LEAVES FALL
The "Fall Cleanup" will be done in late November or early December, after most of the leaves have fallen.
Mens Lunch - Wednesday, Nov. 29 - 1 p.m. - Country Place, Route 313, Perkasie
Book Club - 2nd Monday Every Month - Noon - Lunch at Souderton Mennonite Homes
Click the the "Activities" button in the left column for details about these and other Kingsfield activities.
Bridge Club - 2nd & 4th Monday Afternoons
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LOOKING FOR PROPERTY TAX RELIEF?
Sick of paying high property taxes? You'll be glad to know that several Kingsfield homeowners appealed their property tax assessments last year and have received substantial decreases in the amount of taxes owed.
Homeowners who wish to appeal their property tax assessments in 2017 (for possible reductions in 2018) must file their appeals by August 1, 2017. Click here to retrieve the blank form to make the appeal. You will need to write on that form the current "County Assessment" value and the "Parcel #" printed at the top right of your latest property tax bill.
To get an idea how much money can be saved, homeowners can use an "Assessment Calculator" prepared by a Kingsfield resident. Click here to download that calculator, which is an Excel spreadsheet.
Two pieces of information are needed to get the calculator to work:
First, find the current "County Assessment" value printed at the top right of the latest property tax bill. That amount should be entered in the left box at the top of the calculator page. Second, type in the other box at the top of the page an amount you think your house is worth if it were to be sold today.
The calculator then will show you how much your 2018 property tax bills should be.