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Maureen Hale, Home Buyer in San Diego County, CA

What are the homeowner fees at Suncrest and what is included. How much are golf memberships?

Asked by Maureen Hale, San Diego County, CA Sat Feb 16, 2013

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Maureen,
It is Suneracee, not Suncrest and isno a golf course community although thee is a public golfcourse very cllose by, called Desert Willow, This isi a public course, with beautiful views and a good clubhouse and restaurant. Residents of Sunterrace can plah here for $45 a round. The HOA in Sunterrace covers the gate maintenance, the roads and the gardens and iso $125 a month,
Snterace is verh well maintained, and has money in the Bankor Reserves. Thee are 114 homes and it is a quiet communit in a great location in Palm Desert.

Phyl Doppelt.
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Hi Maureen. Thanks for your inquiry. We have NO homeowner fees at Suncrest. The park is privately owned. We pay for our homes and pay lot rent, much of which covers what you would pay in HOA's elsewhere. It saves a whole lot of $$ that way. If you will send me your email address, I will send you all the background information. P.S. we moved here from Escondido 12 years ago and love it!!
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John, my wife and I are seriously looking into purchasing in Suncrest. What are the homeowner fees per month? Are they increased much year-to-year? Do the homeowners have any say in the rates, etc.? Appreciate your help. Thanks.
Johnpaul and Bethann
Flag Thu Mar 20, 2014
The golf membership is $1,200 per year. Other than that you have space rent rather than HOA fees per se, which run $575 to $995 now for a double-wide depending on the location (on the course, etc.) It is always best to consult the club itself to be sure of all the details, but I got those numbers done for you to start.
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