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Fran, Home Buyer in Fort Pierce, FL

Approximately how much would one pay for maintenance and HOA fees in the Spanish Lakes area?

Asked by Fran, Fort Pierce, FL Fri Aug 19, 2011

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$450-$600/month. and it increases slightly every year. :-( You are better off getting a manf. home that includes the land. A few places in the Sebastion do such as Bare Foot Bay. If you buy a new manf. home or a Block home in Spanish Lakes then HOA is around $440/month and it is guaranteed for life. No increases. Financing is avl. for both as well.
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We are a licensed State of Florida Used-Only Mobile Home Broker, residing in Spanish Lakes Country Club VIllage (SLCCV), which is located on the Turnpike Feeder Road in Fort Pierce.

Fees in this facility are as follows: Rent of lot depending upon size of home and location. Golf course and lakefront lots are higher. Typical lot rent ranges from about $472 to perhaps as high as $560. For the lot rent you get lawn mowing and trimming, garbage and recyclable collections, and full access to whatever amenities the particular facility offers. Here at SLCCV, that includes FREE GOLF for owners, 2 tennis courts, 2 swimming pools, and all the amenities of a 25,000 plus sq. ft. clubhouse.

HOA, as such, is a strictly voluntary organization, and here the annual fee is only $3.00 per person. However, the HOA is largely a toothless organization, which can only request changes of the facility owners. The HOA has no assessment capabilities.

Hope this helps. If you have other questions, please see my blogs, which describes typical cost of buying a used mobile home in Florida.

If you have more specific questions, please feel free to contact us at 772-332-0570 or 772-475-8553, or email at

Best regards, Kathleen and Roland
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