Consider rules before buying or renting HOA-governed properties

Many people looking for rental properties are turning to condos and townhomes as a less expensive alternative to renting a single-family home. Many of these communities have some nice amenities to offer such as pools, clubhouses, gyms and community parks and green spaces. These amenities are included in the HOA dues that are usually paid by the owner of the property. It’s also nice to not have to deal with yards and the outside maintenance. Many HOAs include the front landscaping care in the monthly dues. With so many of us so busy these days, not having that extra work may be appealing.     Read the article…………….

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