Planned Unit Development
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What is a PUD and how does it work?
PUDs can include both residential and commercial units and amenities open only to homeowners within them may include tennis courts, pools, playgrounds, or even a gated entrance to the neighborhood. Even the streets in the PUD neighborhood may be owned and maintained by the PUD, instead of tax dollars from the local community.
Can you tell if a property is in a PUD?
But in case they don, you can often tell a property is in a PUD ?even if it seems like a single-family home ?because it has HOA dues. Your lender will need to collect the above PUD HOA documents for review and approval. They will underwrite and approve a PUD just like a condo.
Can you get a mortgage on a property that is in PUD?
When it comes to getting a mortgage on a property that in a PUD, you will definitely need to make sure your mortgage lender is aware your property is in a PUD. If you檙e getting serious enough to write an offer on a property that in a PUD, your realtor will probably have told you that it in a PUD.
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.