Frequently Asked Questions
- Assessments: How much are the assessments and when are they due? The 2023 adopted budget calls for $975.00 per unit per quarter. Assessments are due on the 1st of January, April, July, and October. Delinquent accounts are susceptible to a $50 late fee plus interest after fifteen (15) days from the due date.
- Voting Rights: What are my voting rights in the condominium association? Each unit owner is a member of the Association and entitled to one (1) vote per unit, not per owner.
- Unit Restrictions: What restrictions exist in the condominium documents on my right to use my unit? The units are strictly for single family residential purposes. Residents shall not operate a profitable business out of their unit or on Naples Trace property, nor shall they utilize their unit for any purpose other than residential purposes.
- Leasing: What is the leasing policy? Unit owners may rent their unit for no less than thirty (30) days and a maximum of one (1) year. Tenant occupancy shall be no more than four (4) persons at any one time. No sub-letting is permitted. Owners are responsible for the actions of their tenants.
- Pets: What is the pet policy? Owners are permitted one (1) domestic animal limited to twenty-five (25) pounds. Pets must be kept on a leash at all times, and owners must pick up after them. Owners are responsible for any damages caused by their pet. Tenants shall not have pets at any time.
- Vehicles/Parking: Are there any vehicle/parking restrictions? Each unit has one (1) number parking space reserved for that unit. Motorcycles, mopeds, campers, mobile homes, boats or trailers are not permitted on Naples Trace property. Vehicles may not display any signage. Storage pods or commercial moving vans are limited to forty-eight (48) hours on Naples Trace property. The Association has the right to tow any vehicles in violation of the restrictions.
Update Contact Information:
If there has been a change in mailing address or contact information for you, please contact your property manager so that the Association maintains the most accurate records.
When do I need a permit? Because Florida permitting laws are in constant change, the following site is necessary for you to look at before beginning any repairs/changes/updates to your unit. Pleaser read carefully, we firmly enforce these statutes in Naples Trace. The site is: