Should Your Next Home Have An HOA?

If you’ve ever bought a home — or considered buying one — then you know there are dozens of questions that need to be answered in the quest for finding your perfect place. In order to calculate how much you can afford, you’ll need to understand how much to budget for the variable additional expenses associated with owning a home. They can range from property taxes to yearly maintenance costs, and definitely add up quickly if you’re not prepared.     Read the article…………


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