Q: HOA has different fees than what the rental lease is stating?
Property management wants to charge $500 and the HOA fee states its $140 fee. I was directed to discuss the matter with the HOA but now the property management is trying to go off of the lease. Conflicting information and lack of communication between the two.
A: The Property Managers have an agreement with the owners of the property. It appears as though the HOA agreement is dated and needs to be updated. However, you have an effective defense by pointing out the discrepancy to the Property Managers and I believe you would be successful in any litigation.
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