Planned Unit Development
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What is a PUD property?
PUDs are communities of homes, which can include single-family homes, condos, commercial property like retail stores or all of these property types. The most common kind of PUDs, however, are comprised predominantly of single-family homes.
What is planned unit development (PUD)?
A Planned Unit Development (PUD) is a community of homes that could look like single family residences, townhomes or condos, and can include both residential and commercial units, but on paper, they檙e most similar to condos.
How do you know if a house is a PUD?
When you檙e shopping for homes and see the type of ownership listed as ondominium,?even though the home looks like a typical house or townhome, then it most likely a PUD. A PUD includes ownership of a 渓ot,?with common areas either owned by a homeowner association (HOA) or collectively by all invested parties.
What is the difference between a PUD and a condo?
Like a condo project, a PUD will be operated by a homeowners association (HOA) to which every homeowner contributes monthly or quarterly fees based on their percentage ownership in the overall project. And also like a condo project, those HOA fees go toward covering amenities and maintaining services associated with that PUD.