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Maintaining tennis court

Discussion in 'Managing Your Business' started by Stacy Pedraza, Jan 17, 2019.

  1. Stacy Pedraza

    Stacy Pedraza New Member

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    We have two tennis courts in a subdivision of just under 250 single family homes. The courts were built around 15 years back.
    There were some cracks in the courts that appeared last year that we paid a bit under $20k for surface repairing.
    Now, some more cracks have appeared and the consensus is that settling is occurring under the courts.
    This one time hit of probably close to $100k for resurfacing tennis court will deplete the small reserve we have. We were thinking special assessment but just raised the dues last year $50 a home, so a special assessment may not go over well.
    We realize this is a potential turning point in the neighborhood remaining attractive to future homeowners or being relegated to a second-class neighborhood.
    What suggestion do others have regarding this? Obviously, we'll get better quotes and may find some less costly, but we'd like to know some other suggestions.

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