Johnson Ranch HOA San Tan Valley AZ

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Johnson Ranch HOA San Tan Valley AZ

Johnson Ranch is a large master planned community, located in the San Tan Valley community within Pinal County (southeast of the Phoenix metro area).  San Tan Valley was formely considered a part of Queen Creek, but has since taken on its own identity.

Johnson Ranch includes many ammenites, including: a golf course, community swimming pools and spas, tennis courts and other sports courts, parks and playgrounds, a catch-and-release fishing lake, and covered ramadas and barbeque grills.  A number of builders constructed homes in Johnson Ranch, with a wide variety of sizes and floorplans to choose from.

Johnson Ranch HOA San Tan Valley AZ: Contact Information

To verify the current HOA dues, please use the following contact information:
(Please note that this blog is not affiliated with the HOA and the information is subject to change)

Johnson Ranch Community Association
Professionally Managed by Capital Consultants Management Corporation
1475 E. Bella Vista
QueenCreek, AZ 85243
Phone: (480) 987-8073
FAX: (480) 987-9742

Solera at Johnson Ranch Neighborhood Association
Associated Asset Management
7740 N. 16th Street, Suite 300
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Phone: (602) 957-9191
FAX: (602) 957-8802

Here are some useful links for the Johnson Ranch community:

Things to Consider About the Johnson Ranch HOA San Tan Valley AZ

Whether you are considering the purchase of a home in Johnson Ranch, or another community that has an HOA, it is useful to consider the following things:

  • what type of HOA-related fees might you be subject to at the closing? (Many HOAs now charge disclosure, transfer and miscellaneous fees that could potentially increase your purchase costs).  I write purchase contracts for my clients that are designed to minimize these fees -- ask me how.
  • how will the monthly or quarterly fees impact your overall cost of ownership?  Have you budgeted for this amount?
  • how often have the fees been increasing and are there any special assessments that are being considered at this time?  also, how well capitalized is the HOA -- do they have adequate cash reserves on hand?
  • how restrictive are the HOA rules and regulations and is this community a good fit with your particular lifestyle or intended use of the property?

I would be happy to provide you with a tour of this community.  If you are looking for a professional Realtor who has your best interests at heart, and who will work to save you money, please contact me now at 602-327-8475 or visit me online at:

P.S.: Be sure to ask me about my Discount Listing Fee and Buyer Rebate!!

Johnson Ranch HOA San Tan Valley AZ

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Eric Crane, DPR Realty LLC

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Hi Eric I have a question for you, I have been told by a friend who recently bought a house in Johnson Ranch that she had to pay a HOA Reserve Supplement Fee of 500.00 to Johnso Ranch Comm Assn. At closing,And a Working Capital fee of 516.00 to Johnson Ranch Community Assn. As well.I was considering buying a house because I like the area there but those fees are a lot of money, what are they? She didn't even know!I am just curios about this fees if you could help me out. Thank you!

Jun 21, 2018 07:58 PM #1
Eric Crane -- Your Full Service, Discount Fee Realtor®
DPR Realty LLC - Gilbert, AZ
Greater Metro Phoenix Arizona

Hi Liliana
Thanks for your message. Many HOA's now have miscellaneous escrow fees when a home is sold, to help offset their costs or to build up their cash reserves so that they can help fund special expenses in the community that periodically come up.
In our real estate market we use an HOA addendum as part of the contract. This allows a Buyer to get a preview of the various fees and also allows the buyer and seller to negotiate who should pay the fees.

When I help a buyer, I draft the contract in a way which asks the Seller to pay the escrow related HOA fees. Sometimes the Seller will send us a counter offer, in which they request the Buyer to pay these, but most often we are successful in getting the Seller to cover them (or to split the cost).
If you are interested in a particular property or neighborhood, I would be happy to research the fees for you and to assist you with finding and purchasing a suitable property.

Also as part of my discount business model, I contribute money toward your closing costs and I therefore save most of my clients several thousand dollars.

Please feel free to call or email me and we can discuss further. Thanks! 602 327 8475.

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