Homeowners Association

Cabezon HOA (Homeowners Association)

The Cabezon Community is governed by two homeowners associations.

The associations are responsible for the upkeep of the parks, landscaped trails, community swimming pool and common areas.

The residents pay a relative nominal fee for the available amenities throughout each of the Cabezon neighborhoods.

enTrust Association Management
The primary homeowners association is governed by enTrust.  enTrust is the only locally owned and operated association management company serving the metropolitan area since the mid 1990s.

Fees:
Approximately $150 per quarter

Address:
2823 Richmond Drive NE Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107

Phone Number:
(505) 217-1130


Associated Asset Management
The Corazon and Astante’ Villas neighborhoods are governed by the separate Homeowners Association, Associated Asset Management.  The management company is one of America’s most-respected Homeowner Association management companies that manages two gated Cabezon Communities.

Fees:
Approximately $155 per quarter

Address:
7850 Jefferson Street NE, Suite 130 Albuquerque, NM 87109

Phone Number:
(505) 856-1212

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