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Subject: HOA developer run
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RobertZ9
(Florida)

Posts:1


02/11/2020 11:33 AM  
We are a HOA in pompano Beach Fl. with 44 Town homes 15 unsold and out of the 44 12 are rented by the developer. We need 90%
to take control which at present is not going to happen for a while.
My question is .. Is the developer responsible for all cost accruing over and above the collected monthly fees.
Such as street repair, Lighting, we have a sewage pump (do we pay for replace or them?) Another words are we reasonable for
anything other than general upkeep. Any help would be greatly apricated
MelissaP1
(Alabama)

Posts:9135


02/11/2020 3:26 PM  
It depends. Once the owners take over you will all be responsible for the expenses of the HOA. So if the developer was to put in a "pool" then you all will have to pay for the maintenance/upkeep. The developer would have paid for the pool.

Do you know what your dues your paying now is it cover? It may cover the expenses of the HOA already.

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