Hampton Lakes of Davenport

An introduction to the Community

This page provides some general guidance for anyone considering purchasing a property in the community that is “Hampton Lakes of Davenport”. It also aims to remove some of the uncertainty for Realtors who may be involved in the sale of properties and subsequently expected to advise potential buyers.

Our HOA Management Company

For anyone purchasing a property on Hampton Lakes the first point of contact with the HOA should be made through the HOA Management Company, The management company is:

Leland Management.
6972 Lake Gloria Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32809-3200
Ph. 407-447-9955
Fax 407-447-9899

Hampton Lakes Community Manager at Leland Management is:
Name: Ayesha Hendrix
email: ahendrix@lelandmanagement.com
Tel: 407-982-3959 Fax: 407-982-3945

Ayesha is responsible for overall management of the community, providing you with access to your owners account information and payment options. She reports to the HOA Board on a monthly basis but more frequently if a situation requires more immediate attention. Leland as a company is also responsible for the collection of HOA Dues from homeowners. HOA dues are used to finance a variety of services and maintenance programs within the community.

HOA Dues

Hampton Lakes HOA dues are currently HOA Dues are currently currently $1860 per annum, per property (information correct at 1 Jan 2019) Homeowners can pay their dues in one single payment or quarterly at $465 per quarter. The due dates are; 1st Jan, 1st Apr, 1st July, and 1st Oct. If you need help paying your dues contact Ayesha Hendrix.

At time of purchasing a home on Hampton Lake, all new owners are charged the equivalent of one year’s HOA dues as an “initial contribution”. The fee contributes towards general HOA reserves and supplements finances to maintain the high standards that exist in the community.

HOA dues finance our community services without further charges being imposed on homeowners. These services include:

  1. Provision of an HOA Management service through Leland Management
  2. Private security patrols throughout the community.
  3. Maintenance of the communal facilities
  4. Legal costs for representation and guidance on general community issues
  5. Pest control in communal areas.
  6. A trash-cart service for all properties in the Community.
  7. Landscaping throughout the community which includes;
    • Regular grass cutting throughout
    • Bush and tree trimming
    • Seasonal planting in communal areas
    • community-wide irrigation with the exception of 90 homes that are on the Rainbird irrigation system. (The Rainbird system generates an extra charge on individual properties on that system.)
  8. Apply appropriate corrective measures to any problems that may arise

Our HOA Website - www.hamptonlakes.org

As a new homeowner, you get access to a wide range of helpful and important information that is not available on the public pages.

To gain access to information you should make your initial contact by clicking on “Contact Us” on the website and provide your contact details. Your username and password will then be issued by return so you can access those pages. The website also gives you access to a variety of important documents including;

  • DCCR’s
  • Various Policy Documents
  • Bylaws
  • Minutes of meetings
  • And a host of other HOA information

HOA Newsletters

Newsletters are issued quarterly to help keep all homeowners owners up to date on news, developments, events and much more relating to Hampton Lakes. Copies of past newsletters can be found on the HOA website. Once you have provided your contact details through the website you will be added to the Newsletter distribution list which ensures you receive all future issues. As an alternative, just contact the HOA with your details in an email and you will be added to the distribution list.

Architectural Review Committee (ARC)

New owners should recognise that rules exist for anyone wishing to change the external appearance of their property. Such changes would include but not limited to the following;

  • Changing the external colour of the home
  • Creating an outside storage unit / area
  • Other changes to the external appearance
  • Installing a privacy fence
  • Installation of guttering
  • Etc, etc

Such changes require you to submit an ARC application outlining the detail of the changes you are planning. An ARC application form is available on the website.

If you are considering changes but are in doubt as to whether an ARC application is necessary, it is advisable to submit one. Most applications receive automatic approval but the process creates reasonable controls to maintain standards throughout the community Because of the uncertainty on frequency of applications, the Architectural Review Committee meets on an as and when required basis and therefore providing all the necessary information is provided your application will be considered and approved within a short timeframe.