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How do you find HOA fees

  • February 28 2011 - Westlake Village
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Run a search for "[name of street] hoa company". This will bring up prospective companies. You can look through their web sites for who manages the area, call them with an address and ask what the dues are for that property. It's funny how all of these answers seem to be from Realtors and "all" of them tell you to talk to your realtor...
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Your agent should be able to find out the fees through the MLS system.  Be sure to know the conditions of any HOA before considering that property.  Certain restrictions may be unacceptable to some potential buyers.
  • March 10 2011
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MLS usually has HOA information but it may not be complete.  If you are seriously considering a property you should contact the home owners assoicaton for detailed information.  There may be suprises that will impact your decisions.
  • March 10 2011
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Be Careful!   MLS will be pretty accurate on ongoing monthly dues, but frequently do NOT show special assessments, which can be HUGE.
  • March 03 2011
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Have your agent check the MLS as the fees are always posted there.
  • March 01 2011
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Hi,

The easiest way is to have your real estate agent look into it. There are a lot of local and state issues, and now issues with solvency. So have the pro go to work.

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Blaine Rabe
REMAX Specialists
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  • March 01 2011
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Thank You for Your Question,

Almost all of the Multiple Listing Services have a field to mark whether there are HOA dues, and if so how much. If you're getting different results, always differ to the amount claimed by the HOA, as they are the ones ultimately in charge of setting the dues and may have changed it unbeknown to the listing agent.

If you would like assistance navigating through properties with or without HOA's, I would recommend finding an agents that "gels" with you. Make sure you two communicate well and have the same end in mind.

Best of Luck in Your Search!
  • March 01 2011
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Hi - you can check MLS for listings in that community which should list the HOA amount. However, even better would be to contact the Association itself and ask. Often the community has online documents as well. Search google on the community name or check whitepages.com to find them.
Thanks,
Renee
  • March 01 2011
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