We believe as owners of Desert Princess Country Club that we have a right to unfiltered information on how our money is spent and the polices and rules that are being enacted. Our goal with this blog is to provide unfiltered factual information directly to you the homeowner.
We are not affiliated with Desert Princess HOA , its Management. This is an independent group of concerned homeowners at Desert Princess Country Club.
9/4/2020 09:22:57 am
I appreciate your desire to create a forum for communication among neighbors. I have some concerns, though -
9/15/2020 05:38:11 pm
clicked hoa survey and saw 2 comments
9/20/2020 03:24:23 pm
The idea of this forum is very welcome. We have long needed a way to discuss among ourselves. I admire that to leave a reply, the commenter's name is "required." When one knows that his identity will be seen, one is more thoughtful and deliberate, much less likely to "pop-off." So it is discouraging to see more and more commenters avoid identity by providing in the name box some fictitious reference.
7/31/2021 08:22:48 pm
Since the Management Trust is a for profit business an "incentive" should be set up that would share some percentage of operational savings that would go to the trust. As it stands there is no incentive for the trust to do anything other than pass on costs to the "homeowners. Not suggesting that we should retain our current "management trust" based on their lack of imagination and job proformance.
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This blog is designed as a means to provide transparency and informative access to the policies and protocols of the Desert Princess Palm Springs Homeowners Association, the governance of the HOA Board of Directors and the management of the community’s assets by The Management Trust. The expressed intent is to establish a neighborhood hub for trusted connections and the exchange of helpful information, goods, and services; it is hoped that homeowners will use it to build a stronger and safer Desert Princess Palm Springs.
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