Nevada Association Services (NAS) Inc. wants to make the coming year a little brighter for five families who lost their homes in the November Pinehaven Wildfire.
The families live in the southwest Reno neighborhood of Caughlin Ranch, a community association NAS serves, and their homes were deemed a total loss.
“This is tragic news considering the many events that have transpired over the last year in our great state,” Cameron Clark, NAS president said. “[NAS CEO] Joel Just and I were discussing the ways we could help these families out. This seemed like a way that our company could lighten that burden a little bit.”
The homeowners have all made plans to rebuild their homes in the coming year. People in the community have stepped forward to help the displaced families with day-to-day items.
NAS chose to pay the first quarter HOA balances for each destroyed home, and has committed to paying the second, third and fourth quarter balances for the homeowners in 2021 as well.
Burning more than 500 acres, the Pinehaven Wildfire destroyed five homes, heavily damaged three, and caused minor damage to 21 others.
Nevada Association Services handles collections for more than 1,000 HOAs in Nevada.
[Photo: Cameron Clark]