I see that the association fees are over $1,500 a month. I know that seems on the high side, but it seems warranted with all of the amenities that it covers. There is a security staff, a hot tub, sauna, tennis courts, etc.
AND it looks like the association has a $13,000+ special assessment. I'm not sure what that's for, could be that the finances had been mis-managed in the past and the association needed to get caught up in their reserves and so forth. Or they may have had a large repair that needed doing that exceeded what they had in their reserves. Seems like a large amount, but that's why the MONTHLY fees are so high, so the owner can pay it off in smaller chunks rather than all at once.
I'd have to look in to how that would get handled at closing. I suspect the new owner would have to take that on. The same thing happened with a popular development in Hopkins and the buyers had to take on the assessment.