There are plenty of Myrtle Beach condos and townhomes for sale.
The thing that you should keep in mind though that it’s not the number of properties for sale, but the quality. Many have great features, such as a pool, and would make a great vacation rental or 2nd home.
But how do you compare HOA fees for the Myrtle Beach Area?
It can be tricky to pin down an answer. For example, one thing to consider is what is included or not included in the fee. That can make a real difference in what the real costs turn out to be.
Here’s a list of what HOA fees may or may not include:
- interior electric
- common area electric
- building insurance
- HO6 policy insurance
- pool service
- elevator service
- grounds keeping
- HOA accounting
- cable TV
- and much more…
Pay attention to a “low” association, as they may only cover 1 or 2 items on this list. If you end up paying for these items on your own, you could end up paying much more than you would in an HOA. Just make sure you get all the facts from the person who works with you.
Our team is happy to work with you to help you get accurate information on HOA fees and avoid costly pitfalls. Contact us today!