Renters do not pay HOA. I agree with the comments below. That's the owner's responsibility. However, make sure you confirm that.
Jennifer Sommers, Nestler Poletto Sotheby's International Realty
One South Ocean Boulevard, Suite 11 âƒ“ Boca Raton, Florida 33432
O. 561.235.7777 C. 786.390.9299 F. 561.997.2614
Home Hunters Real Estate
may want to monitor that timely payments are being made.
You should have the owner's reponsibility for this stated in
the terms of your lease! or rental agreement.
In Florida - an HOA has the ability to collect from you directly
if the owner does not pay, also limit your use of common facillies
like pools,gym, automated entry lanes,etc. Big hassle!!
You are smart to be concerned over the HOA and payments
for services you are expecting! Also a good practice is to be up
on HOA Rules and Regs. Best !
Bob Brubaker Highlight Realty Palm Beach County Fl. 561-876-6649
Realtor, and Licensed Community Association Manager
A smart owner will not allow the renter to place the property in peril.
A smart owner will pay for HOA, taxes, insurance and any other fee that could created residual liability.
However, read the rental agreement. Some foiks may not have received the best consultation.
Of course you are awae YOU ARE PAYING ALL OF THESE FEES, plus maintaince budget, depreciation, taxes and profit.
Consult with a professional and get yourself on a trajectory to reap the benefits of ownership, instead of paying for someone else's home.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL