this apartment, looks good, what is the value of the monthly maintenance fee. it has a swimming pool, tennis court, all of this have to do maintenance

Asked by Toni Charles Pereira, Sacramento, CA Tue May 21, 2013

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Linda Grey, Agent, Port Orange, FL
Wed May 22, 2013
Yes the pool, tennis courts along with any other ammenities all fall into the monthly maintenance fees for condos. Usually the higher the fees the more ammenities are involved. $280 is not bad at all I used to pay $425. per month. The ammenities along with the building and property all need to be maintained and insured and usually the building insurance is the highest expense the complex will have, but you will still need to insure the inside of the unit.

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Tom Inglesby, Agent, Portland, OR
Tue May 21, 2013
55 & Over Community~Summerplace!Light & bright unit in secure bldg w/elevator & underground parking. 2 Bd., 2 ba.Features include open floor plan, fireplace, handicap fixtures in master bath, spacious deck. Enjoy walking paths, recreation center, tennis, pool.Close to shopping, freeways, airport, deeded parking, storage, etc.Come & go with ease - good opportunity for SnowBirds. $560 transfer fee and $280 a month HOA. It sold for $177,000 in 2007 if you need further in formation give me a call. Tom Inglesby, Broker RE/MAX 503-319-9035
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