Featured Community: Shepherd Trace, Houston, TX

Each month we feature a great community in the Neighborhood Link Network...

Shepherd Trace Subdivision was developed in 1978 and is a serene subdivision, located in the "Energy Corridor" of West Houston.

Adjacent to the subdivision is Terry Hershey Park along the Buffalo Bayou, featuring biking and nature trails. Bear Creek and George Bush Parks are nearby.

Shepherd Trae joined Neighborhood Link in August 2012 and has done an excellent job utilizing all of the tools that Neighborhood Link provides.
Learn more and visit: Shepherd Trace Subdivision

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Our flexible editor allows you to easily create new web pages on the fly with photos, graphics, and hyperlinks to other web pages – Don’t worry, there is no need to know HTML.

To easily create a link:
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  • Fill out the little form that appears
  • Link URL:
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  • Title: A description of the link, e.g. Google
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As a general rule, pages that are on your web site should use the Open in this window. Pages that are on an external web site should use the Open in new window. Hint: If you insert a picture into your page, you can select it the same way you select text, and make a hyperlink out of a picture too!

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What Happens If You Don't Pay Your HOA Dues?

Learn the consequences of not paying your HOA dues...

Your homeowners association has bills to pay: heat, electricity, landscaping, maintenance, repairs, employees and possibly more depending on your community’s unique features. As a homeowner, you pay a portion of those fees—your HOA dues—each month.

When you fall behind on your payments, it becomes harder for the HOA to maintain the community, and other homeowners usually end up paying more to cover your missed payments. To help recover these funds, HOAs can take a number of different avenues, depending on the association’s governing documents and state and federal laws.

Read More About: What Happens If You Don't Pay Your HOA Dues...
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