The Austin
June 7, 2018

Residents Are Overwhelmingly Happy With Their Homeowner Associations, Survey Finds

Monthly homeowner association dues can be quite an expensive proposition at luxury buildings in cities like San Francisco, but most people who pay them are pleased with the services they receive.

  • More than eight in 10 residents who pay homeowner association dues describe themselves as satisfied with their living situations.
  • Ninety percent of those who live in communities governed by an HOA believe that the guidelines protect or at least do not detract from their property’s value.
  • Residents say that living in a clean and attractive community is the top benefit of paying HOA dues.

 

Monthly homeowner association dues can be quite an expensive proposition at luxury buildings in cities like San Francisco, but most people who pay them are pleased with the services they receive.

That’s according to survey results from the Community Associations Institute, which found that 85 percent of Americans who live in buildings governed by HOAs say that they are satisfied in their communities. Sixty-three percent of residents rate their experience with their HOA as positive, while 22 percent are neutral on the subject.

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