Attack of the Killer HOA Fees

Homeowners association fees have been on the rise throughout the country. In 2005, the average monthly HOA fee among all households in the country stood at $250. By 2015, the average fee was $331, a pace that’s not only outpaced the nation’s housing prices, but exceeded the inflation rate by 5.9%.   (Editor’s note:  This article isn’t written very well.  They often are comparing condo to HOA fees or combining them when they shouldn’t – they aren’t they same thing, especially when it comes to fees)      Read the article……………


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