The Somersett.net website has both a public side as well a private side accessed by homeowners with a login. The public side has general news about living in Somersett. The homeowners-only side of the website contains important SOA documents, information about Board and Committee meetings, calendars, and news about the SOA not appropriate for the general public to access. Here are some FAQs about the website.

 

I am a Somersett owner and I’ve never logged in before. What do I do?

Stop by The Club at Town Center and fill out a form requesting access. In seven to 10 days we will email you with a username and password.

 

Which Login button should I use?

The FirstService Residential Login gives you access to your SOA account with information about your assessment balance, for example.
The Login button offers access the homeowners’ section of the website.

 

What if I forget my password?

Click the Login button, enter either your Username or the email address associated with your account, then click the
Lost Password button at the bottom of the screen. You will receive an email with instructions on how to create a new password.

 

OK, I am logged in. Where is the SOA menu?

Look for the menu of icons on the left side of your screen. When you hover your mouse over it, the menu expands and you will see the choices.

 

Where are the SOA Rules and Regs?

You can find them on the SOA Documents page, along with the PUD, the CC&Rs, AG Guidelines, AGC Submittal Form and many more useful and important documents.

 

How do I post a new topic in the Homeowner’s Forum?

Email your post to Communications Coordinator Robin Bolson at robin.bolson@fsresidential.com

 

How do I comment on an article?

Scroll down to the bottom of the article and you will see a form where you can type in your comment. Be sure to hit the Post Comment button when you are finished.

 

Can I search for information?

Yes, just click on the search button in the menu on the left side of the page and you can look for keywords in posts and pages OR topics in the CC&Rs document.

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