Having a homeowner's association can protect your investment from problems such as run-down homes, animals running loose, lack of yard upkeep, and other issues. It's the only way to pay for a community pool, trash collection, and landscaping.
But it can also, and often does, present problems with bad board members, too many rules, and monthly fees - as well as huge assessments sometimes. Because of this, many who have tried living in an HOA community have decided not to go that route again.
Here is the most up to date list of 2 and 3-bedroom homes for sale in Myrtle Beach and the surrounding area, with NO HOA fees and prices between $150,000 and $300,000.
Call us if you find one you like!