Community Management Associates utilizes HomeWiseDocs for all closing letter requests.
No emailed or faxed requests will be accepted by the CMA offices.
All Georgia and South Carolina closing letter requests must be received from a closing attorney office.
All Tennessee closing letter requests must be received from a title services office.
Closing letter requests are subject to rush fees if requests are made close to the closing date.
All request types, pricing, payment options, and additional information are available at HomeWiseDocs.
HOA/Condo Questionnaire Requests
To request a questionnaire for purchasing or refinance purposes for a condo or single-family home, please go to HomeWiseDocs.
A general association questionnaire is supplied for the Association.
Lender-specific questionnaires will be completed upon request and at an additional cost.
Both the general and lender-specific questionnaires are requested online at HomeWiseDocs.
Foreclosure and Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
Listing agents or asset managers requiring a statement of account from a foreclosure date forward must submit their request through HomeWiseDocs.
Ensure you identify yourself on HomeWiseDocs as a Real Estate Professional.
A copy of the recorded Deed Under Power and listing agreement must be included with the online order.
Third-Party Payment Instructions
If you are a third party wishing to pay for a closing letter or questionnaire, go to HomeWiseDocs.
Click on “Pay For My Order”.
Use the confirmation number provided by your closing attorney or title services company.
That party will receive notification when the item is ready for retrieval.
Certificate of Insurance
To request a certificate of insurance, policy, or agent information, please go to HomeWiseDocs.
GET TO KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS!
FOR INFORMATION ON
JOINING THE CRIMEWATCH COMMITTEE
OR TO BECOME A BLOCK CAPTAIN,
CONTACT US AT THE CLUBHOUSE
Be a Nosey Neighbor!
A Community Rich in Diversity - It Takes a Village!
A DeKalb County premier wooded community consisting of 1,164 homes, 70 acres of communal parkland, two lakes, with tennis and swim facilities.
Mainstreet is a mandatory Homeowners Association community with monthly assessments, protective covenants and architectural restrictions; it has been a property owners association (POA) since 2006. All homeowners are automatically members of the Association and are required by law to pay for the upkeep of the common property, to maintain their own property in accordance with the covenants, and to abide by the rules, regulations and procedures formulated pursuant to our constitution, covenants and by-laws. Mainstreet is governed by a five-member Board of Directors and managed by an on-site Management Staff to assist your daily needs with the day-to-day operations of the Community.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
3RD TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH
CLUBHOUSE - 7:30PM
Mainstreet Community Leasing Administration Resolution Rule Effective October 1, 2015
Mainstreet Community Services Association, Inc. Board of Directors has adopted a Leasing Administration Resolution Rule effective October 1, 2015, pursuant to the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions Article V.4(ii) to provide an administrative framework for all community leasing activities to be managed and to provide:
*Maintenance of an accurate database reflecting homeowners with current leases; a database of tenant names/contact information; collection and retention of all leasing-related documents; conformance with leasing terms and lease expiration dates; facilitation of leasing-related correspondence between homeowners and the Board; and to provide a leasing "snapshop" of leasing within the Association.
**See Covenants Page to view Leasing Administration Resolution Rule**
Mainstreet Community Master Association fees, effective January 1, 2014, are $684 annually, or $57/month. Assessments are due the first of each month. Parkside Townhomes and Disney Court homeowners are subject to an additional sub-association fee of $154/month, for a total fee of $211/month. HOA payments are due the 1st of the month and should be mailed to:
MCSA c/o CMA
P. O. BOX 65851
PHOENIX, AZ 85082-5851
Payments may also be made, using a check, money order, or cashier's check, by either placing the payment in the top mailbox slot of the Clubhouse administrative office or by leaving the payment with a staff member in the office. NO CASH PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. Payments received and posted after the 15th of the month are subject to a 10% late fee and 10% interest on the total account balance.
Mainstreet has gone green! All community information, newsletters, meeting notices, budgets, etc. will be distributed electronically, so PLEASE be sure to provide the Clubhouse administrative office with updated contact information and an email account to ensure that you are provided with up-to-date community news.
SEE THE COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE FOR HOLIDAY OR SPECIAL OCCASION HOURS.
DeKalb County Extension's Mobile Farmers Market at Mainstreet Clubhouse - Tuesdays from 5pm-6pm: June 7, 2016-September 20, 2016
It's Official! Maintreet Community is now a DeKalb County Extension Mobile Farmers Market site resuming June 7, 2016 from 5pm-7pm!
Every Tuesday from June 1, 2016 through September 20, 1016, DeKalb County Extension Services will provide a farmers market on wheels located in the Clubhouse parking lot. It brings fresh and affordably priced fruits and vegetables to our community. They will also provide recipes and demonstrate easy ways to prepare healthy foods.
Cash, Credit, Debit, and EBT cards are accepted. For more information, call DeKalb County Extension directly at 404-298-4080. We are proud to be a Mobile Farmer's Market Site! As always, we'll See You There!!!
Mainstreet Community Events Highlights
THE MAINSTREAM's latest electronic issue appears on the right! If you would like a "hard" (paper) copy, feel free to pick one up at the Clubhouse administrative office. You may also request a copy by contacting the office at (770) 469-7238. We'll be happy to mail one out to you.
The Association newsletter is published quarterly. To advertise your business or organization, contact the Mainstreet Community administrative offices at (770) 469-7238. Let us know what you think! I am waiting to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org!
"Children are like wet cement, whatever falls on them makes an impression" - Dr. Ginott
Join Us for the Mainstreet
> Children's Reading Hour
Thursdays 4PM - 5:30PM
open to all children grades K-5
We are also accepting gently used book donations
> MAINSTREET CONCESSION STAND
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Friday 3PM - 6PM
Saturday 12noon - 3PM
SEE THE EVENTS PAGE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING PAST AND UPCOMING EVENTS
Mainstreet is located in Stone Mountain, GA. Get directions by clicking on the link. We are open five days a week. Visit us Tuesdays through Friday 9am-6pm, and Saturdays 8:30am-3:00pm.
We provide a variety of resources, services and referrals to homeowners and residents including: copying, faxes, notary public services, internet Resource Center, and the Mainstreet Concession Stand. For more information, call the Clubhouse office at (770) 469-7238.
WHAT: Mainstreet Community Services Association, ForestersTM and organizers from KaBOOM!, hosted a Build Day at the Mainstreet Community Pavilion on Saturday, May 5, 2012. Previously, children who live in Mainstreet and the surrounding communities put crayon to paper and drew their dream playgrounds, which ultimately became a reality. Elements from the children’s drawings were incorporated into the final design for the new community playground and built on May 5, 2012, at the Mainstreet Pavilion. Design Day, held in early March, was also the first meeting of the playground planning committee that worked along with KaBOOM! Project Manager, Danielle Trezek, Foresters liaison, Jessica Heddish, and Community Association Manager/Co-Project Manager, Nadine Rivers-Johnson, for the next eight weeks to plan and prepare for the construction of the new playground.
The new playground will provide more than 1,800 children and their families in the Stone Mountain community with a safe place to play. Playgrounds provide an opportunity for families to spend quality time together and get to know other families in their community. Currently, the children living in the housing community did not have adequate playground equipment to serve the area.
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Mainstreet Community Playground & Park
Volunteers at Work
A neighborhood rich in natural beauty and preservation...
Mainstreet Community Services Association, Inc.
5001 Mainstreet Park Drive, Stone Mountain, Georgia 30088 Tel. 770.469.7238