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The owner(s) of each Unit shall be entitled to one (1) vote on each issue which comes before the condominium association requiring unit owner approval. If a unit is owned by more than one person or by an entity (i.e., a corporation, partnership or trust), the unit owner shall file with the association a voting certificate designating the person entitled to vote for the unit. There is a total of five hundred thirty four (534) votes in the Condominium. The designation made by voting certificate may be changed at any time by the owner(s) of the unit. Unit owners should be aware that most day to day decisions of the association are made by the board of directors (and do not require a vote of unit owners). For additional information as to voting rights, please refer to the Declaration of Condominium, Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws of the Association..
No portion of a Unit ( other than an entire Unit) may be rented. Leasing of Units shall be subject to the prior written approval of the Association. ). No lease of a Unit shall be for a period of less than six (6) months and there shall be no more than two (2) leases of a Unit in any calendar year (i.e., not more than (2) leases shall commence during any calendar year). For additional information as to restrictions, please refer to Article 17, Section 17.8 of the Declaration of Condominium and the Rules and Regulations, as the same may be amended from time to time.
Please note that no more than two (2) parking spaces per unit will be registered for surface and parking garages. Only one parking space will be registered if county deed only has one unit owner on file. Residents on lease agreement will be permitted up to two parking spaces if all parties are on lease application. Below are quick bullet point references to the details of parking enforcement:
- To register your vehicle, you must complete and submit the association vehicle registration form along with proper vehicle registrations in the vehicle owners name.
- Registered vehicles in unit owners name will be issued an RFID sticker for $25.00. This RFID sticker, if removed will become automatically inactive and a new one will need to be purchased to self-park in the resident parking garages. All vehicles with an RFID sticker must also display the RHB blue sticker.
- For resident rental vehicles, the appropriate vehicle rental contract in the name of the resident must be submitted, we will activate the RFID hang tag for the duration of the rental agreement. A weekly rental agreement must be provided to activate new dates for RFID hang tag.
- An owner who doesn’t lease his/her unit and only here for two weeks out of the year, and doesn’t want to register his/her car or purchase an RFID for $25, can call in advance and have a RFID hang tag waiting for them at the FD for the two week stay will be provided in order to self park, provided this was done with enough advanced notification. The RFID hang tag must be returned at the end of the duration, or there will be a $50.00 charge applied to the unit/resident.
- Vehicles with no RFID sticker or hang tag must park with valet and pay applicable fees or vehicle may be subject to towing at owner’s expense. Please refer to parking FAQ form and Rules and Regulations for further information.
You can check for your unit owner assessment fees in various ways. In this website, you can go to the documents tab, click on budgets, search the current year budget PDF file. Once there, go to the last page and look for your unit and it will show you the current year maintenance fees with Reserves. You can also click on the “your account” tab at the bottom of the website home page to view your maintenance fee and make online payments there. You can also call the management office at 954-925-9416. All maintenance fee payments are due monthly on the 1st day of each month and is considered late after the 10th day of each month. Any late payments ate subject to interest of fifteen (15%) per annum from the due date until paid and shall be subject to an administrative late fee in the amount of $25.00. This applies to any special assessment that may be imposed by the board of directors as necessary. To sign up for automatic ACH payments, please contact the management office to register.
Please note that there is a maximum number of residents that can be finger print registered per unit occupancy. Below are quick bullet point references to the details of finger biometric registration enforcement:
- Up to 5 occupants maximum per 2-bedroom unit, including deeded unit owners. Up to 3 occupants maximum per 1-bedroom unit, including deeded unit owners (definition on page 8 of the rules and regulations).
- Only residents who have been properly screened and have had their criminal background check processed with association approval can have their finger prints registered.
- No children under the age of 14 will not be fingerprinted.
- Owners who have their unit rented will be deactivated during he term of the lease.
- Significant others who live with you can have the fingers registered so long as they have gone through the correct background check and is within the limits of occupancy restrictions.
- Guests cannot have their fingerprints registered and must register at the front desk and residents present at all times.
- Families with 4 children as an example, if you´re in a two bedroom unit, up to five occupants / owners. For example, husband, wife and up to three children. Unit owners can decide which of the four children will be fingerprinted and request an access card for the dates the fourth adult child (legal age) will be visiting the unit.
- Access cards are only for the use of registered residents that exceed the maximum occupancy restriction and no more than 2 access cards per unit can be active at any time. For example, husband, wife, and up to two children. Unit owners can decide which of the two children will be fingerprinted and request an access card for the dates the second adult child (legal age) will be visiting the unit. Please note if you have 4 names on the deed, occupancy limits per rules and regulations will supersede for fingerprinting purposes.
- Access cards cannot be purchased to be active for 365 days. All access cards have a begin date and an end date and will be subject to approval prior to issuance.
 

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Our Vision is to provide the Homeowner and Condominium Associations throughout the state of Florida with the highest level of service utilizing our extensive accounting, management, technology, and customer service experience.

Our Philosophy
Residences On Hollywood Beach provide maintenance-free lifestyles perfect for busy professionals, first-time home buyers, seniors, or anyone else looking for the perfect home in a high-end community. Our Accredited Management Professionals work directly with unit owners, tenants, contractors, attorneys, accountants, and other essential entities to ensure that each community functions like a well-oiled machine. Whether it’s daily operations or behind-the-scenes management, Residences On Hollywood works hard diligently to ensure that owners and residents experience all that the best condos have to offer.

The Board is ultimately responsible for the oversight of the community association. Although the Board may retain and delegate some of its duties to volunteers, contractors and professionals, the Board is still ultimately responsible for the duties it may have assigned to others.

Homeowners are required to observe the rules and regulations of the property as well as ensure their guests also follow the same. Homeowners are also encouraged to report any suspicious activity to management or security and to report any maintenance issues they may find around the property.