As a homebuyer, there’s nothing like the feeling of finding the perfect house, in the perfect neighborhood, that checks all of the boxes on your list. One of the many reasons that may draw you to a neighborhood is the picture-perfect community. The neighborhood you want to live in may have a Homeowners Association (HOA). If you haven’t lived in an HOA-governed neighborhood before, you may not know what you are getting into. Joining a community that is run by an HOA comes with a lot of pros and cons. These lists of the reasons to love your HOA and the reasons you may hate your HOA will help guide you in knowing what to expect. 

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Once you get the offer accepted, you will have a designated amount of time to review the HOA documents. Even if you’re new to living in an HOA-governed neighborhood or have been a life-long resident of an HOA, being educated on elements of the HOA are important to making a decision. Because each HOA operates independently, you may not be familiar with the different rules and regulations. That is why we built this platform to help educate you on the ins and outs of having an HOA.

Check out these resources made for everyone from beginners to HOA pros to help inform your decision before you sign on the dotted line.

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