Some good news for those of you who live in Highlands Ranch homes or who are looking at Highlands Ranch homes for sale: The Highlands Ranch Community Association has made some budget changes and will not raise their fees for for the next fiscal year.
According to the Denver Post:
The organization will do that by reducing staffing costs, partly through cutting hours at some of its recreational facilities, by, for example, shutting down the facilities on July 4 and reducing the hours for registration and membership on the weekends. The child care center at Eastridge Recreation Center, which has been losing money, will be shuttered, saving about $6,000, said Peggy Zack, interim community manager.
Leaving the fees unchanged (currently $127 per quarter) helps both homeowners and homesellers. While one of the least expensive HOA fees in the Metro Area, every dollar counts, and leaving fees unchanged helps reassure potential new homeowners that the association is well managed and fees won’t spike.
If you are looking for Highlands Ranch homes for sale, don’t let the quarterly fee scare you off. The benefits of the HRCA are well worth the costs.
HRCA fees Include
- Access to all 4 rec centers and the indoor / outdoor pools.
- Discounted rates on all classes, sports programs and other fee based activities
- Numerous community events
- So much more. Check out the Highlands Ranch Community Association’s website.
If you are interested in learning more about Highlands Ranch homes, give our team a call at 303-726-1874. Our office is based in Highlands Ranch and we can answer all of your questions.