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how can I find HOA dues on a property?

  • March 22 2012 - US
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The Owner of the property should provide you this information if not I would start with contacting the Home Owners Association. If you know the subdivision name you could do a search online by typing... home owners association for (and whatever the subdiviosn name is)
 
  • May 09 2013
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There is no site that I know that gives you HOA information. The best way is to contact the listing agent, seller, or check other sold units in the building.

  • May 09 2013
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"Why wouldn't those aggregate sites just include the HOA fees?"   A major reason is because HOA fees are not readily accessible publicly.   Michael's comment on not knowing what is included is also very important.

We used to pay an HOA fee of $110/year.   For just mowing the grass it seemed outrageous.  Once it was clear it included trash, it was a bargain (because trash alone would have been $240/year with an individual subscription)

  • May 09 2013
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HOA fees can be paid monthly, quarterly or yearly. HOA fees may or may not include pending or proposed assessments. Just posting the HOA fee doesn't explain what is covered under the fee (parking, heat, a/c, grass).

As just posting the HOA fee gives you so little information, most sites opt to not include it as it may cause confusion to buyers.
  • May 09 2013
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Not that we buyers don't like agents. We just want to have a place to do some quiet shopping first and some initial comparison. Why wouldn't those aaggregate sites just include the HOA fees in? There must be some reasons I am not aware of.
  • May 09 2013
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The listing agent or the owner of the home should have this information for you. Sometimes you can type in the development in your search engine and it will come up on line too. Next, make some phone calls to the association to check for the details.
  • March 22 2012
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If your a diligent agent you can ask the seller for the name of the association and call directly. If your the buyers agent you can request the sellers agent to obtain that information from the seller.
  • March 22 2012
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Call the listing agent, they'll know.

Good Luck,
Christine McDaniel
  • March 22 2012
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