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Lorraine, Real Estate Pro in Cape May County, NJ

What do the monthly fees at Fox Hill Farm include and what is the amount ?

Asked by Lorraine, Cape May County, NJ Thu Aug 16, 2012

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Hi Lorraine, great question. Fox Hill Farm is widely considered to be one of the best 55+ communities in Delaware County. The HOA fees are $297/month and include exterior maintenance and grounds fee. There is no additional fee for the club house which includes indoor/outdoor pools, billards, fitness center, game/craft room, library, tennis/bocce/shuffleboard courts. Fox Hill Farm is truly a resort-style community. Did I mention the walking trails?

If you would like to pick a day/time to tour the complex and the available units, please let me know. The differences are going to be with regards to the age of the appliances, systems, etc. We can get you a home warranty.

Best of luck to you!

Eric Axelson, Associate Broker
Kurfiss Sotheby's International Realty
267.507.2287 direct
856.617.1212 mobile
axelson@kurfiss.com
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The monthly fee is $297 and it includes Common area maintenance, snow and trash removal, and the club house, pool, and health plex

If you are interested in seeing any homes in there or have any more questions feel free to call me at 610-585-7730.

Suzi King
Keller Williams Real Estate
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Normally, the Realtors in an HOA transaction, do not know the details of this:
The only exception would be, if we had handled another property, previously.
The procedure is; we make an offer, and the HOA gives us a Copy of their CCR's, which the Buyer is supposed to read. (most don't)

Sure, we can tell you what the monthly fee is: But what is covered, what the amenities are, what the rules and reg's are; we don't know.

If you are interested in buying in this Complex, you should take the initiative and research it yourself:
Go visit the complex, walk around and meet some of your prospective neighbors. Ask them what's good and bad about living there:
Is there a pet or parking problem? Do the gardeners do a good job? Is there a clubhouse and pool?
Security? Airport noise? Crime? Gossip?

Don't try to hang this on your Realtor, and then complain that you weren't DISCLOSED these things.

Good luck and may God bless
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