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Posted by5 months ago
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Op · 5 mo. ago

I did talk to them but they don't have my hoa rolled into the payment. Maybe this is the reason why? They said the association is their own private company and I am trying to look through all of my documents to see if I didn't catch this. In reality the board probably set it up to where they knew I was coming and decided that the owners could swallow such a steep charge with me here.

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level 2
· 5 mo. ago
💼 CAM

It doesn't matter if it's rolled into the payment or not. Did you receive HOA disclosures? What state are you in?

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level 2
· 5 mo. ago
💼 CAM

It takes a long time to move to a specially assessment. Also the Board pays the dues too. They didn't make the decision based on you joining.

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level 2
· 5 mo. ago
🏘 HOA Board Member

the association is their own private company

Technically an HOA is a nonprofit association of the owners. The purpose is to maintain common elements, i.e. stuff owned jointly by everyone but not individually by anyone. A typical common element might be a swimming pool or a parking garage. A seawall would probably qualify too.

board probably set it up to where they knew I was coming

Nope. Board members are owners too and pay assessments just like everyone else.

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