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QPM Community Violation Letters

Condominium, Townhome and Association Violation Letters

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Violation Letter Explanations

Your board of directors for you homeowner, condominium, luxury high rise, co-operative, property owner, time share resort condominiums or master planned community association develops procedures and policies for the rules outlined in your community documents. We uphold these guidelines by alerting owners when they aren’t following them.

We have derived this page to assist you in better understanding the violation process of your homeowners’ association’s (HOA) rules and regulations. Listed below are three common situations with the appropriate corresponding forms.

If you received a letter that sites you for items that just aren’t there, please fill out the Doesn’t Pertain to Me form and accept our apologies! We will double-check your home during the next inspection.

If you don’t understand the rule or problem, fill out the Further Explanation form to the best of your ability. We will review it in a timely manner and respond within a couple days.

If you have resolved this matter and would like to inform us about it, please complete the I Received a Violation Letter form below and we will update your file.

If you have a hardship and would like additional time, please contact the board. We are happy to work with you during this troubling time, just complete the I Received a Violation Letter form below. Please give an approximate date when you anticipate the matter will be resolved.

I Received a Violation Letter

If you have been contacted once, or more, on a specific matter, please don’t worry. This is simply an informative contact from your HOA to remind you of its guidelines, policies and rules. It is not uncommon to receive these letters. You should only be concerned if you aren’t correcting a known problem or communicating with the community about it.

If you have corrected the matter, take no further action. Your file will be noted the next time we inspect.

(Form) I Received a Violation Letter

Doesn’t Pertain to Me

Use this form if you don’t comprehend the violation letter you received or if it doesn’t pertain to you. Once you complete it, simply select “submit.”

(Form) Doesn’t Pertain to Me

I Need Further Explanation

Documents and relevant laws are reviewed prior to contacting you, so please be thorough when filling out this form. A licensed community association manager or customer care tech will be in touch to discuss this matter.

(Form) I Need Further Explanation

Violations letter services are extended to our community customers in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando and Citrus Counties in Florida.


QPM in there to help stretch our association dollars. Nobody likes to be told what to do or how to do it, but that's what you sign up for when you live in a Deed Restricted Community. Everybody likes a clean neighborhood, club house, swimming pool, tennis courts, etc... but to maintain those amenities, dues have to be paid and the rules followed. Qualified Property has done a great job on enforcing the rules of our community (that we all agreed to.)

I'm not on the board in my community, but I attend the meetings and see their job. It's a time consuming and thankless job that I have no interest in, but it needs to be done. Thank goodness that we have QPM in there to help stretch our association dollars and keep MY neighborhood looking like it did the day I moved in. Since the economy has gone downhill and foreclosure on the rise and I know a lot of other communities that show neglect. Thanks to a good board and great help from Qualified Property, we're in good shape.

Stan W.


A God Send!. QPM is a God Send!!! Our last managers made paperwork a mess, and were always dropping the ball on dues and violations. We've recently signed up for our 3rd contract and have been with them now for 7 years. My HOA could not be happier!

Cindy M.

Consulting Services

Qualified Property Management, Inc. personnel will assist the association with projects such as:

  • Revision of corporate documents through their attorney


The elements of transition from the developer and/or another management firm can be hectic at times. We have some basics outlined that have proven to be extremely effective and will be happy to review those items with you once there is an Agreement.

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Qualified Property Management, Inc
Toll Free: 1 (877) 869-9700
Local: (727) 869-9700
Fax: (727) 869-9825
Main Office
5901 US Highway 19 S Ste 7
New Port Richey, FL 34652
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1301 Seminole Blvd # 110
Largo, FL 33770