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In accordance with the new Virginia law requirement, the Forest Hills Community Association has established the following cost schedule for printed materials. This schedule is effective as of July 1, 2012.
Disclosure Packages - $100.00
All other documents - B&W-10 cents per page
Color- 60 cents per page
Most documents are transmitted electronically or are available on the Forest Hills web page. Printed copies of all documents will be provided at the above rates upon request. The FH Directory will continue to be provided at one copy per townhouse per year at no cost.
Forest Hills Townhomes. All Right Reserved.
Property Values Information and Resources
For more information on Values and Past Sales; Arlington County Real Estate Assessments page
Forest Hills Townhouse rentals range from $3500.00 - $5400.00 per month. (Square foot, garage and number of bedrooms) Community property values are often determined by recent sales and rental prices.
See below for Rental Values from surrounding communities
| Property||Size||Sq. Ft.||Monthly Rent|
| Park at Arlington Ridge|| 2bed-2b|| 972||$24-$2800|
| Avalon at Arlington Sq.|| 3bed-2b|| 1413||$2560-$4480|
| Pentagon Row Apts. Joyce ST|| 2bed-2b|| 1241||$3025|
| River House Pentagon Row|| 4bed-2b|| 1495||$369324-$3726|
| Post Pentagon Row Apts.|| 2/3bed-2b|| 1244-1450||$2940-$4515|
FOR SALE signs when selling your townhouse.
ARTICLE VIII - Protective Covenants and Restrictions
(8) No sign of any kind larger than one foot square shall be displayed to the public view on any lot, except temporary signs of no more than four square feet advertising the said lot for sale or rent and except for temporary signs, erected by the Declarant in connection with the construction, lease, or sale of buildings and other parcels of The Properties.
Remind your Realtor that Post type signs are not permitted according to Forest Hills ACC regulations. Only small ground level signs are permitted.
|Board Meeting Minutes Archive||Newsletters||Other Documents|
|2009|| 2019 Financials|
|2010|| All Committee Reports 2016-17|
|2011|| All Committee Reports 2018|
|2012||Committee Reports are now included in the "Board Meeting Minutes"|
|2013|| Financial Review 2017|
|2014|| Financial Review 2018|
|2015|| Financial Review 2015|
|2016|| Financials Jan-Dec 2015|
|2017|| Financial Review 2014|
|2018|| Financials Jan-Dec 2014|
|2019|| Financials Jan-Dec 2013|
| Financials Jan-Dec 2012|
| Financials Jan-Dec 2011|
|Archived FHs Newsletters-2013-15|| Financials Jan-Dec 2010|
|2017 Annual Meeting minutes||Archived FHs Newsletters-2010-12|| Financials Jan-Dec 2009|
Documents on this page are password-protected. All FHs documents are confidential and should not be further distributed or reproduced.
Strictly for Forest Hills Residents.
Security is everyone's responsibility.
Board Meeting Minutes and Financials
Minutes are posted after approved by the Board, usually approvals are gained at the subsequent Board meeting. Current Financials are reviewed and approved at each Board meeting.
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Luxury | Convenience | Lifestyle
February 2015. For more information click the link below.
Home Sales Trends In More Than 300 Neighborhoods
This link above is the 2014 issue. There is a 2015 issue not available online at this time, you have to purchase the magazine.
Where are homes selling the fastest? Which neighborhoods are commanding the highest price tags? Find out in the following tables, which track residential sales for single-family homes, condos and townhouses in our area. You’ll find figures indicating the number of homes sold, average close prices and average number of days on the market (DOM) in more than 300 neighborhoods in Arlington, Falls Church and McLean from 2009 to 2013. Condo buildings are typically listed as individual subdivisions. The neighborhoods included had at least 15 total sales during the last five years. The totals for each ZIP code reflect all sales in that ZIP code, not just the totals for the selected neighborhoods. Because subdivisions entered into MRIS are not required to follow a standard nomenclature, we have expanded this year’s data sets to account for misspellings and inconsistencies in many subdivision names. As a result, some of the historical data may vary from the data in previous years’ charts.