Becoming a Landlord in an HOA Community

Having a rental property can be a great way to add some supplementary income to your pocketbook. When that rental property is in a community with an HOA, it offers a lot of advantages for both you and your tenants, like keeping property values high (which benefits you) but also keeping community areas nice (which is great for tenants). But before you jump into the landlord role in an HOA community, there are a few things you need to be aware of:   Read the article………….


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