Why some Idahoans hate their HOAs — and some love them
Idaho is home to more than 2,000 homeowners associations, according to Meridian-based MGM Association Management, a company that manages 80 HOAs in the state. Associations collect dues from homeowners to pay for shared subdivision properties such as parks and common areas, pools, clubhouses and streetlights. Homeowners typically pay between $100 and $400 annually in dues, MGM’s Scott Setterlund said. Read the article…………..
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