2013 Dues Distribution

Ever wonder what your dues pay for? What percentage pays for what?  Here is a graph detailing the distribution of your dues from 2013.

2013_Dues

Summary:

In 2013, 2% of HOA dues went toward snow removal. Landscaping and grounds keeping made up 14% which includes mowing the common area. 16% of your dues went towards taking care of HOA business. Taking care of the building exteriors and other repairs accounted for 19% of your dues and the largest percentage of dues went towards property insurance as usual with 49%.

For a comparison to 2012 expenses, click here.

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