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MLS# T2923877

Beautiful property. Nearby bus stop, close to shopping mall, hospital, schools, restaurants, parks, easy interstate access to downtown, airport, beaches and many other amenities. Send offer with pre-approval letter or proof of funds, property sold...
Visit this property in VALRICO: 1106 LADY ELAINE DR, VALRICO

MLS# A4206811

Showcasing luxury living. This stunning, three bedroom plus den/office home is located in the desirable golfing community of Calusa Lakes. The property boasts an impressive living room space and dining area flowing out to the expansive lanai. The...
Visit this property in NOKOMIS: 2195 CALUSA LAKES BLVD, NOKOMIS

MLS# T2923804

5%/Veteran must qualify. Full access to 3 Magnolia Park communities with 3 tropical pools and cabanas, 3 playgrounds, splash pad, basketball court, private parks, walking trails, wetland preserves (some under construction). Very convenient to pool...
Visit this property in TAMPA: 8744 TURNSTONE HAVEN PL, TAMPA

MLS# U7844138

Beautiful pool home with all new updates. New roof in 2016. All windows, bathrooms, and flooring have been updated. Open and bright kitchen, offering new, beautiful cabinets and granite countertops.
Visit this property in ST PETERSBURG: 1964 71ST AVE N, ST PETERSBURG


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What is an HOA?

Homeowners' associations, or HOAs, are formal legal entities created to maintain common areas; they have the authority to enforce deed restrictions.

Most condominium and townhome developments, and many newer single-family subdivisions have HOAs, which are usually created when the development is built. Covenants, Conditions & Deed Restrictions are issued to each homeowner, and HOAs are established to ensure that they are adhered to in order to maintain the quality and value of the properties involved.

Features of a Homeowners' Association:

• Membership is mandatory for all property owners within the development

• Members are usually charged mandatory fees

• Homeowners associations have the authority to enact and enforce maintenance and design standards in addition to those established by City ordinances

• Homeowners' associations are corporations with formal bylaws - there is usually a governing board which hires a property management company to handle maintenance and enforcement issues

• Many homeowners' associations publish a newsletter

Note: CDD and HOA in Tampa varies per each communities. It’s noteworthy to know that a non-CDD community will have higher HOA fees.

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