HOAs have a unique set of additional operational, legal and financial issues that buyers must consider, analyze and review in conjunction with a purchase.
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Here are a few things to think about and properties to avoid when you are ready to invest your hard-earned cash equity capital.
Many people say to stay away from condominiums because of all the issues with HOAs, but single family homes have many issues, too, so don’t make up your mind so quickly.
Without doubt, for the vast majority of buyers, a home is an investment. But just because it IS an investment doesn’t mean the house you’re interested in purchasing is a good investment.
Most knowledgeable real estate investors will agree that buying land is not a good idea. There’s just way too much risk.