Welcome to the Grand Pointe Homeowner's Association Website!
The upcoming Board of Directors and Budget meeting is scheduled for November 4, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. It will be held at the Saint Francis of Assisi Church located at 1 St. Francis Dr., Gulf Breeze, FL 32561. All homeowner's are encouraged to attend!
The Grand Pointe Subdivision is located in the heart of Gulf Breeze. Made up of over 200 homes, it is conveniently located close to Pensacola Beach and schools with quick access to both Pensacola and Navarre. The neighborhood and Board of Directors take a lot of pride in keeping the subdivision and homes in the subdivision well maintained, while providing peaceful living for all occupants.
Do you have community news you want posted on the website? Maybe you're having a yard sale or community picnic? Email Jay the information so we can share it with your neighbors!
Grand Pointe Association Dues are $300.00 annually. Due on January 1, each year. Interest (18% per anum) will be added after 30 days late, in addition to late fee of 10% of the assessment, per Covenants.
Please mail check or money order ( no cash accepted ) made payable to Grand Pointe Homeowner's Association to:
Grand Pointe HOA
C/O Realty Masters
4400 Bayou Blvd. #58B
Pensacola, FL 32503
Questions about Dues?
If you have questions about your statement or account balance, please contact Jay Schwartz at (850) 473-3983 or Email him.
Information about fines: Florida Statute allows for fines to be levied if covenant violations are not corrected in a timely way. The maximum fine allowed is $100 per day for each violation, with a maximum of $1000 per violation. Fines will only be used as a last resort. Please address notification of covenant violations promplty and notify Jay Schwartz when corrected.
Board Members and Association Meetings
Meeting dates will be posted on the website, notices mailed out to each owner, or signs posted at the neighborhood entrance or community bulletin board.
Every association is required to hold an annual meeting. Annual meeting notices are out in advance and will contain a proxy and a return envelope. We encourage each and every home owner to participate in your associations meetings. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please be sure to return your proxy in the envelope provided. Annual meetings require quorums and your proxy will be needed in order to meet a quorum and conduct official meeting business and agenda items.
New board members are often elected or appointed at the annual meeting. If you are interested in running for a position on your homeowner’s association’s board of directors please contact your property manager for more information on becoming a board member.
You can Email your board and committee members by clicking on their name.
To find out when the next meeting is scheduled for your association, Email Jay.
Architectual Review Committee
If you would like to make changes to your property, please complete the required Architectural Review Form. The Architectural Review Committee will need to review any new items or upgrades to your property. No work can be started without approval from the Architectural Review Committee and must meet appropriate state, county or city requirements. Any approval by the Architectural Review Committee does not waive or alter any state, city or county requirements nor is approval intended to be any kind of substitute. You may return the form to your association manager by faxing it to 850-473-3975 or by email. Please keep in mind that the Architectural Review Committee is who makes the final decision to approve or deny the request. The Community Association Manager will only relay the information and is not responsible for the outcome.