New York City’s Luxury Homeowners Face Sky High Maintenance Fees

In New York, the purchase price is just half the story. When it comes to high-end homes, the city also has the steepest homeowner’s association fees in the country.  According to real-estate website Trulia, which examined HOA fees for the priciest 10% of homes on the market, the median fee in the New York City area is $1,566 a month, or almost 2½ times the national median. Miami ($1,407), Long Island, N.Y. ($1,218), San Francisco ($931) and Boston ($920) round out the five metro areas with the highest dues.      Read the article………


Related Articles

Private Roads, public expense: Emergency vehicles at risk on unmaintained private roads in Oxford Hills (ME)

Living in rural, western Maine where lakes and ponds are abundant means there’s plenty of private, camp and discontinued roads

City conducting code enforcement operation at the Heritage House (NC)

Police and city inspectors are sweeping the troubled Heritage House condominium complex this morning as they try to figure out

Dangerous Dams: Troubleshooters reveal critical Connecticut infrastructure not inspected in decades

The most detailed, multi-layered inspections can cost up to $15,000 per dam. With Bristol sweating to pay for a few