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Asked by Sherry S., Union County, NC Sun Jun 15, 2008

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Lizete Santos, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Sun Jun 15, 2008
Hi Sherry,

Here are some that do not have HOA in Cary but some do have restrictive covenants:
Willboughby, Scottish Hills, Northwoods,Wishing Well Village, West Pines

Good Luck!
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Mike Jaquish, Agent, Cary, NC
Mon Jun 30, 2008
You will almost certainly be looking at older homes. State law requires developers to form an HOA anytime common area is created, and that includes subdivision signs and stormwater retention ponds.
The law was not in place for older communities, but newer communities nearly always have an HOA.
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Sun Jun 15, 2008
Sherry! We've lived in Cary a long time - if you are interested in older neighborhoods - I love the areas around Cary High School and downtown... that's where my folks live.

In the next few months - rates should continue to be steady to moderately higher - let us know if we can help!

Eleanor Thorne
Meridian Residential
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