HOA Dues


Like most other neighborhoods, there are expenses involved in operating and maintaining Burton Crossing. Expenses include lawn mowing, mulching and landscaping the neighborhood common areas; street snow removal; pond treatments and fountain maintenance; streetlights and the electricity to power them; and other functions of the neighborhood. These expenses are covered by Homeowner's Association (HOA) dues that each homeowner in Burton Crossing is required to pay. Burton Crossing has some of the lowest HOA dues in Franklin Township. This is mostly due to the fact that the Burton Crossing HOA is self-managed. Professional HOA management companies are expensive and their results can be unpredictable. The HOA Board that manages this community is comprised of homeowners who volunteer their time and efforts to make Burton Crossing a great place to live.

The annual dues are $235 and due February 15 of each calendar year. Each homeowner will be mailed an invoice at least 30 days prior to the due date.

All checks should be made payable to Burton Crossing HOA. Credit cards and cash are not accepted. The postmark of your payment (not the check date) will be considered the date of payment. The processing of your payment may take several weeks.

For inquiries about issues related to annual dues, please email to treasurer@burtoncrossing.com.

NOTE: It is the responsibility of the homeowner to notify the HOA in writing should they decide to sell, lease or transfer the property from their name. Failure to do so does not excuse the owner of record from liability for payment of annual dues and any incurred charges covered under the covenants.