How much are the HOA fees for this property?

Asked by John Peterson, Fort Lauderdale, FL Sat Aug 24, 2013

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marc jablon, Agent, Boca Raton, FL
Sat Aug 24, 2013
This is a coop (not a condo) in Coral Ridge Towers in Fort Lauderdale. The monthly fee for this particular unit is not listed, but its neighbors list their fees from the mid $400s per month into the mid $500s per month.

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John Bourassa, , Fort Lauderdale, FL
Sat Aug 24, 2013
The HOA is $408/mo that includes Insurance on the building (not your homeowners' insurance), basic cable, management, all common area electricity and maintenance including pool and recreation facilities, on-site management, water, sewer, garbage pick up and more. You pay your own property taxes separately.

NOTE: This is a CO-OP (not a condominium). There are 4-sister buildings that are independently managed but they all seem to have the same stringent rules. It is a 55 years old plus community and all purchases are CASH only. There are many restrictions and I strongly recommend that you call the management office of that building and find out everything you need to know about their rules an regulations. Among them: NO LEASE OR RENT, PERIOD! And is you want to let family members vacation there for a short time while you are not there, it is very difficult. They don't want to turn their residential living environment into commotions of a hotel.

All-in-all, Coral Ridge Towers CO-OPs are a wonderful resort-like community living and probably the most affordable purchase anywhere in South East Florida this close to the beach with all the beach excitement Fort Lauderdale has to offer. And, because of their strictest rules and regulations, there are over 1,300 residents who own a unit there and enjoy their well managed and governed buildings offering a superior quality residential living.
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joneslincholn, Renter, Naperville, IL
Mon Sep 23, 2013
According to me the HOA fees for this property should be around $400 and generally the fees are decided or taken as per the area and location of a property.
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Rajkumar Ram…, Agent, Coral Springs, FL
Mon Aug 26, 2013
Condo fees are approximately $408 per month--this is a coop and 55+ community and you may visit my site or contact me for an appointment at your convenience. When it comes to Real Estate I am just a call away. Thank you in advance and you have great day.


Best Regards;
License Realtor Raj Kumar Ramkerath
Aspect Realty Commercial, Residential & V-Land
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Annett T. Bl…, Agent, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Sat Aug 24, 2013
John I have attached for you a link where you can get more information about the Coral Ridge Towers co-op community. Click the link below:

http://www.fortlauderdalerealestatedeals.com/community/area/…

You can find association information, HOA fees and much more.

Any questions let me know,

Annett T. Block
http://www.FloridaConnectsInc.com
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Marina Sarab…, Agent, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Sat Aug 24, 2013
The condo fees are approximately $400 per month--this is a coop and 55+ community. There are also rental restrictions. Please feel free to call us so that we could explain the differences between the coop and condo units.

MARINA SARABIA/KATHLEEN COSTANZO
KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY PROFESSIONALS
954-914-8060
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Maria Sabio, Agent, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Sat Aug 24, 2013
hi John,

The monthly fee is $408 for this building. Just to be clear, this is a Co-Op not a Condo fee.

In addition, this is a 55+ community/building and this would unit is "cash only".

Thank you,
Maria Sabio
Chane Realty Inc
954-336-5156 [C]
888-440-0589 [F]
maria@chanerealty.com
http://www.chanerealty.com
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