Moving to Lake Clermont?



Welcome to our development!

Here are some things you should know about before your real estate closing:



This is a covenant community, with restrictions  that are a legal part of your real estate closing documents. That is, there are some rules and regulations that we collectively have agreed to, so as to have a more comfortable and pleasant place to live. These restrictions are required to be enforced by the POA board and two sub committees. You should receive a copy of the document you sign from your  lawyer or your real estate agency. There is a copy on this web site. See:  Covenants:


1. The Yearly POA Assessment for 2016 is $210 per year. To see what this fee covers, go to our current budget page: Current Budget

2. There is a one time Capital Improvement fee of $300, paid by the Buyer (s) at closing. This money is used to replace or update things that the current residents “bought” years ago. Some examples are fencing, gazebo roof, sprinkler system, and lighting. Basically these are things that wear out but are not covered in our yearly budget.

Property Owners Association:

The POA is the governing body of the community, and is charged with upholding the covenants, making decisions about budgeted and non budgeted spending, and generally looking out for the well being of the community. There are a variety of committees that residents voluntarily become a part of. See them on the web site at   Know Your POA: