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  • in reply to: How to deal with unruly homeowners at meetings #376863
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    We faced a similar challenge in our HOA. One thing that helped was assigning a neutral mediator to facilitate meetings, especially when contentious issues were on the agenda. This person can help maintain order and ensure that everyone’s concerns are heard. It might be worth considering for your meetings too.

    in reply to: Where to File a Complaint Against HOA #373878
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    This is something that many states need to work on. Most of the time, there just isn’t a single governing body that homeowners can turn to when we have issues with our HOA. These states are just giving associations all the power and it’s ridiculous. It’s like living in a separate country altogether. My HOA does not allow me to keep chickens even though our city laws say we can. How does that make any sense??

    in reply to: How much should we pay a property manager? #373070
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    We’ve breezed past 4 HOA management companies in the last 6 years. The one we currently employ is by far the best one. I don’t remember how much we paid the first 2, but we pay $110/unit/yr for the one we have now. The one before that was much more expensive like $250/unit/yr and they were not even that great. They are a big company and handle many HOA’s so we were probably not that high on their priority list since we don’t have a lot of units. The one we employ right now is much better at communicating with us and responding to our concerns. They are a much smaller company so they don’t have the same amount of clients as our previous one. So if you want a company that gets back to you immediately and makes you a priority, I suggest going with the little guy.

    in reply to: HOA/POA wants a piece of Sales Commissions on Property Sales #372435
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    $5,000 a year seems normal to me. Fees have been increasing everywhere in Florida. We pay $450 monthly. But if it’s the special assessments you’re having a problem with, HOAs are supposed to present the financials to homeowners. This is so you can see where the money (including special assessments) is going.

    in reply to: Move in fees??? #372226
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    I never said I wouldn’t pay the fee. I’m just a little frustrated that it was never revealed to me that there was a move in fee in the first place.

    in reply to: Move in fees??? #372224
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    About $250.

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    Yeah 200 is def way too much for a simple lock replacement, Like arnie920 said there are locks you can get for way more cheaper and very easy to install on your own too, Even a handyman can do it too

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