How can I narrow my search to property NOT managed by an HOA?

Asked by Linda, Orlando, FL Tue Jun 19, 2007

It can be vacant property, an older neighborhood, etc.

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Florida Mort…, , Pembroke Pines, FL
Tue Jun 19, 2007
One way is to simply look at its location. If it is in an area that is a development, country club, or other "planned" layout, it likely has a HOA. If it is a condo, it will have a Condo Association for sure.

Virtually all homes are being built in planned developments and will have an HOA, so older homes likely will be a good start. Also, look at the overhead view of the property in Google Earth and see if it looks like a development. If it does, it likely has an HOA as well. Just some thoughts.
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Rick Aguirre, Agent, Orlando, FL
Tue May 13, 2008
Linda,
An Realtor should be able to help you with this. First thing I would ask is what area are looking in,are schools important and how about your communte to work. Then go from there. It is an easy search using the MLS.
Good luck.
Rick.
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Bill Eckler, Agent, Venice, FL
Tue May 13, 2008
Linda,

A skilled agent will be able to provide the direction you are seeking.

Good luck,
The "Eckler Team"
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Wael Georgey…, Agent, Orlando, FL
Wed Jul 18, 2007
Linda,

The best way to do that is to contact a Realtor. I am an expert at seraching the MLS. If you are not being helped by a Realtor I would love the opportunity to assist you.

Wael Georgey (Orlando's Realtor of Choice)
(321) 231-9843
wael2k86@gmail.com
http://www.PropertiesInTown.com
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Alexander Ha…, , Chicago, IL
Sat Jun 23, 2007
Ask an agent to find one for you...it is that simple...there are LOTS of properties that do NOT require an HOA.... go to my website for help.... then contact me..
Web Reference:  http://OrlandoRE.net
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Linda, Home Buyer, Orlando, FL
Wed Jun 20, 2007
I know that Orange and Seminole counties require HOAs in new developments. Do you know how old of a house I should look for to avoid the presence of an HOA?
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