How to Assess the Health of a Homeowners' Association

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage 209100

REALTOR® Melanie Cameron explains how to assess the health of a homeowners' association (HOA). This is important to know if you are buying a house, condo, or townhome in a community with an organization that makes and enforces rules for the properties, as well as maintains common areas. The purpose of an HOA is to uphold property values, but an unhealthy organization can cost homeowners more money.

Have questions? You are welcome to reach out to Melanie at (910) 202-2546 or send a message.

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June Piper-Brandon
Long & Foster Hampden - Baltimore, MD
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Melanie, thanks for sharing this with us, such good information especially in these trying times. 

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Great information, thanks for sharing.  I hope you have a great day.  Stay safe.

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