The Pi Kappa Alpha House Foundation of Melbourne, Inc.
Who We Are
The House Corporation is a not-for-profit Florida corporation that owns the property and residence at 2401 NE Riverview Drive.
It's board of directors is comprised of alumni volunteers. It operates a rooming house to the benefit of another not-for-profit organization, the Zeta Sigma Chapter.
The house corporations primary role is to ensure the property's financial safety. This includes making sure taxes, insurance and other business expenses are paid on time and that there is a consistent rental income.
Its responsibilities also include:
To provide a safe living environment for its tenants
To abide by federal, state and local laws
To handle issues related to the property
What We Do
Hold meetings, have officers, act on motions and prepare Minutes
Act as Landlord to the Chapter (the Lessee)
Maintain standards of cleanliness and protection of property
Complete paperwork including: paying bills, insurance forms, filing income tax, and corporate documents
Upgrade the property when possible (for example, the $100k recent loan)
Encourage high occupancy to the benefit of the house and the chapter
Encourage proper uses of premises
Try to enjoy our work and remain involved with the chapter
What We Do Not Do
Clean up after tenants or their guests
Collect individual rent
Have unlimited funds on hand to pay for all items deemed necessary from tenants
Get involved in chapter proceedings except when the property is involved
Have to attend chapter meetings
Visit the house each day/week/month
House Corporation Meetings
The House Corporation holds monthly meetings. Check the chapter calendar for the exact date and time. Meetings are held in the chapter room of the Zeta Sigma Chapter House. An alumni social is from 6:00 to 6:30 and the meetings begins at 6:30 pm. Pike alumni and undergraduate brothers are invited to attend.