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Old 05-23-2014, 09:56 AM   #101
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Paid an extra $600.00 to pave the area next to my garage. I will not buy anywhere where there is an HOA. I bought the property, built a new home on it and refuse to put up with people telling me I cannot do something reasonable with it like storing my trailer or putting up a flag pole etc.. Our town has very reasonable rules to cover this issue.
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Old 05-23-2014, 10:21 AM   #102
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Our HOA will not allow parking of our tt. We rent a space on blacktop fenced in with security gate and cameras for $38 per month. However they double the price after a year, so we move to the same storage facility company but at a different location and as a new customer they give us that $38 deal. Once they double it we move back to the first storage facility and as a new customer they again give us that $38 deal. its worth it to move it once a year... No problems at all after 3 years
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Old 05-23-2014, 10:24 AM   #103
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I will not buy anywhere where there is an HOA. I bought the property, built a new home on it and refuse to put up with people telling me I cannot do something reasonable with it like storing my trailer or putting up a flag pole etc.. Our town has very reasonable rules to cover this issue.
hear ya, only thing in our neighborhood is the size of the house >2500sq.feet and the pole barn has to match the house
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Old 05-23-2014, 10:44 AM   #104
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Live in a condo so offsite storage is a must.

Have a drive thru 50ft long 14ft wide paved storage unit with 2 12ft x 14ft high doors and 20A electric. Plenty of room for the 36ft MH. $1000/year. It's nice to keep the MH out of the weather, especially during the Spring storm season.

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Old 05-23-2014, 10:52 AM   #105
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I initially priced storage in the Charlotte area because I thought I would have to keep it off site. Pricing was about $60/month secured and video. But, upon looking at our HOA rules, it turns out I was allowed to keep it in the yard. As long as it was in the rear yard and "inconspicuous." However inconspicuous a 28 ft TT can be. haha. Maybe I need a camo tarp for it.
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Old 05-23-2014, 11:23 AM   #106
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We belong to Midwest Outdoor Resorts/coast to coast, and we store our TT at our "home" CGs gravel lot for $180 a year. Great price, Great year round Security.
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Old 05-23-2014, 11:52 AM   #107
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Covered RV storage with 110V trickle charge in a gated facility with security cameras here costs $110/mo

I got smart and Paved a pad on the side of my house and installed a 50AMP receptacle
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Old 05-23-2014, 12:09 PM   #108
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My HOA will not allow an RV in the drive, so I store mine offsite for about $40 a month. No cover, no elec, but there is a dump station.
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Old 05-23-2014, 12:32 PM   #109
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My HOA will also not allow a camper in the drive (something I knew when we built our house) but I wonder how much this has an impact on the RV industry. All new neighborhoods where I live have HOAs with the same or similar rules. Lots of young families in these neighborhoods and very few people seem to go camping.
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Old 05-23-2014, 12:54 PM   #110
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Storage lot a mile from the house. $45/mo, gated, with each customer having their own security code. Video cams, and the owner lives on site. The HOA said no trailers in your yard, but after the city of Austin annexed our neighborhood, Austin rules prevail....we can now store in our yard as long as it is behind a wood privacy fence. However, I have huge live oaks that cover my back yard, so there is no room for our trailer...even more so now with the much taller fifth wheel.
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