Property Lot Inspections:

As a planned community, King Farm Citizens Assembly (KFCA) has governing documents which require homeowners to perform exterior maintenance to preserve the exterior visual character of the community (the items can be aesthetic or structural). These standards can be found in the Administrative/Equity Resolutions and in the Architectural Design Guide. KFCA also has protective covenants. To protect the visual appeal and character of King Farm, period inspections are performed to ensure homeowners are in compliance with the governing documents,.

The King Farm Board of Trustees (BOT), along with the Architectural Design Trust Committee (ADT) and the Board of Code Compliance (BOCC), are committed to ensuring individual lots are maintained in accordance with the standards prescribed in the King Farm governing documents. The Board of Trustees selected HOA Inspection Services (Community Inspection Services – CIS), a 3rd party vendor, to assist management in the process of comprehensive community-wide inspections.

What Do We Look For During Lot Inspections?

During an exterior home/lot inspection, we visually assess the exterior of your home to identify any items that need attention or maintenance. Homeowners are encouraged to inspect their own homes/lots frequently to identify any areas that may need maintenance and be proactive.

Frequently Cited Violations:

The most common violations cited during comprehensive inspections include:

  • Bricks
  • Decks
  • Dormers
  • Driveways
  • Fences
  • Garages
  • Gutters
  • Trims
  • Windows
  • Shutters
  • Siding
Comprehensive Inspections:

In ongoing efforts to maintain King Farm’s aesthetic appearance and a well maintained community, exterior inspections of homes and lots occurs throughout the year that include architectural violations (exterior changes made without approval). These inspections note exterior modifications on residential lots.

Typically, inspections are performed from common areas. In accordance with the Association’s enforcement policies, multiple notices will be sent time provided for homeowners to correct items identified in the inspection findings.  

Management does not have original color palettes for each home. However, refer to the exterior paint colors page to assist in finding your home’s builder and color palettes. There is also information about deck stains, fence paint, and trim color. If you are unsure, select the closest match and contact Management to verify.

Proactive and Complaint Driven Inspections:

Proactive inspections are ongoing and occur on a scheduled basis throughout the year. These inspections include trash bins, alley lights, landscape, trees, common areas and holiday decorations. Note: neighbors will call to identify concerns when homeowners are not maintaining their home. Management will investigate and cite those homes if not in complaince.

Homeowners are encouraged to submit their property plats to management to assist in determining responsibility for maintenance items. Homeowners are required to submit a Property Plat with a Design Review Application when performing some home improvement projects.

Resale Inspections:

Resale inspections are similar to comprehensive inspections are performed as part of the resale package purchased by the seller. Please refer to the resale page for more info.