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New habitat laws have homeowners (and HOAs) buzzing

Inman

The power of the HOA may be over in some areas where personal preference and environmental concerns are ruling the day.

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The Pros and Cons of Buying a House with an HOA

Eppraisal

One factor that can significantly influence your decision is whether the property is governed by a Homeowners Association (HOA). While HOAs offer certain benefits, they also come with their own set of drawbacks. Let's explore the pros and cons of buying a home with an HOA, helping you make an informed decision.

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Should I Invest in an HOA Neighborhood? Pros & Cons

BiggerPockets

There are positive and negatives to buying an investment property in an HOA neighborhood. Here's what to consider when evaluating your deal.

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Are HOA Fees Worth It? A Guide for Property Owners

Mashvisor

Have you ever asked yourself – Are HOA fees worth it? Well, you are not alone. This is one of the common questions asked by property owners and real estate…

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How To Get Out Of Paying HOA Dues – A Guide For Rental Property Investors

Mashvisor

Within that, HOA fees are the expenses you pay to maintain the property you live on,… A Homeowners Association must be a familiar term if you live in a condo.

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6 things you should do after moving into your new home

Housing Wire

Understand HOA Rules. One of the first things you should do when you move is gain an understanding of HOA rules. Some HOAs require status updates on the property, like when the mortgage is transferred. You should also make sure you have a working fire extinguisher, in the event of an emergency. . Check Your HVAC System.

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Are HOA Fees Tax Deductible?

BiggerPockets

Claiming tax deductions on homeowners association fees allows property investors to reduce the amount they pay on taxes. Here's how to do it.

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