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Old 03-31-2007, 11:57 PM
 
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Do most of the neighborhoods in Charlotte have HOAs? My husband and I will probably be looking at established neighborhoods in south Charlotte with homes built in the 1980's or 90's.

I know that the HOA fees vary depending on neighborhood, home values in the area, amenities in the neighborhood, etc, but about what could I expect to pay (monthly or quarterly) for a home around $300k (give or take) in a neighborhood that's maybe 15-20 years old in Matthews or Ballantyne or similar south Charlotte neighborhoods? Just a ballpark figure would be great..

Right now, we live in a $400k 7-year old home in Phoenix suburbs, our neighborhood has two man-made lakes, a pool, a yacht club, a clubhouse, parks and trails, and LOTS of landscaping in common areas, and we pay $200 quarterly...is Charlotte similar for a neighborhood without maybe some of these amenities, homes a little less expensive, and a little older? Any info would be awesome!

Thanks!
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Old 04-01-2007, 05:59 AM
 
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I live in a community with homes in the $250 - $300K range in Ballantyne it's a mixed community with townhomes and houses about 3 - 4 years old and the homes pay $50.00 / month. Townhomes pay around $175.00/month.
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Old 04-01-2007, 06:34 AM
 
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HOA fees in Monteith Park in Huntersville are $400.00 per year. The townhomes also pay $83.83 per month.
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Old 04-01-2007, 02:50 PM
 
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Thanks for the info! Sounds like it might be much less expensive there than the $828 we pay annually here.

Could you tell me if either of the neighborhoods mentioned have a pool, clubhouse, park, other common areas, etc, that are kept up through the use of HOA fees, or are the neighborhoods you mentioned just homes and streets? I'm just trying to find out if the fees you mentioned would be for neighborhods with extra amenities, or neighborhoods that don't have many additional amenities.

Here in Phoenix, it seems that homes in neighborhoods with no amenities (that have HOAs) pay about $25-50/month, and homes in neighborhoods with amenities that need to be serviced pay about $35-100/month. Does that sound like the general range in Charlotte for slightly "older" neighborhoods built in the 80s and 90s?

Thanks!!
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Old 04-01-2007, 04:07 PM
 
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Thanks for the info! Sounds like it might be much less expensive there than the $828 we pay annually here.

Could you tell me if either of the neighborhoods mentioned have a pool, clubhouse, park, other common areas, etc, that are kept up through the use of HOA fees, or are the neighborhoods you mentioned just homes and streets? I'm just trying to find out if the fees you mentioned would be for neighborhods with extra amenities, or neighborhoods that don't have many additional amenities.

Here in Phoenix, it seems that homes in neighborhoods with no amenities (that have HOAs) pay about $25-50/month, and homes in neighborhoods with amenities that need to be serviced pay about $35-100/month. Does that sound like the general range in Charlotte for slightly "older" neighborhoods built in the 80s and 90s?

Thanks!!
In my neighborhood the pool is run separately and you can either chose to pay to belong or not. We don't, so our YEARLY HOA dues are $80.00. If we wanted pool membership we would pay a one time fee per year of approximately $400.00.
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Old 04-01-2007, 04:21 PM
 
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Default Monteith Park

[quote=ICDWTM;523509]Thanks for the info! Sounds like it might be much less expensive there than the $828 we pay annually here.

Could you tell me if either of the neighborhoods mentioned have a pool, clubhouse, park, other common areas, etc, that are kept up through the use of HOA fees, or are the neighborhoods you mentioned just homes and streets? I'm just trying to find out if the fees you mentioned would be for neighborhods with extra amenities, or neighborhoods that don't have many additional amenities.

Here in Phoenix, it seems that homes in neighborhoods with no amenities (that have HOAs) pay about $25-50/month, and homes in neighborhoods with amenities that need to be serviced pay about $35-100/month. Does that sound like the general range in Charlotte for slightly "older" neighborhoods built in the 80s and 90s?


Monteith Park has a pool, clubhouse, walking paths, two park areas, and an area for the kids to play.
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