Harrison House HOA is a community located in Ardmore, PA (Montgomery County). Below you can find information for the homeowners association including HOA fee includes, community features and amenities. The hoa policies can change with time for Harrison House so if you see an error please contact us so we can fix it.
Harrison House Homeowners Association
HOA Fee Includes
- Landscaping/Lawn Care
- Exterior Maintenance
- Management Fee
- Trash Removal
- Street Maintenance
- Snow Removal
- Cable TV
- Gym/Exercise Room
- Tennis Court(s)
Any hoa information provided is subject to change by Harrison House hoa and/or management company. You should verify any info including what the HOA dues include.
Homeowners Association Information
You may want to consider the following when buying or renting in an HOA community: What are the schools (Elementary, Jr. High & High Schools) like in the area? What are the reserve funds and budgets for the hoa? What are the parking rules and policies for hoa occupants and guests. What are the owner occupancy and/or rental restriction rules. Are there special assessments on the horizon for any repairs to roofs, community pool or other types of home/townhome/condo repairs? What are the types of insurance coverage included in the hoa fees/dues. Are there any pet policies or restrictions in the community. Also, you may want to ask about any kind of hoa litigation or pending litigation because this may effect your decision to buy or not buy in the community.
You may want to research the hoa documents, disclosures and neighbors if possible. Once you move into your community you may want to become an active board member and attend meetings, etc.
Also, if you would like to add information to the Harrison House homeowners association listing including school info, CCRs, rules & regulations, floorplans, board members, directors, property management phone numbers, websites, and photos please contact us to let us know.
Again we are not affiliated with Harrison House hoa/management company or any real estate agents. So, if you have any questions about the hoa, please contact them directly.