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HOA Benefits: Part 5
 
By Steve Petrini on September 09, 2009 | View all articles
 
The imposition of an HOA accomplishes several benefits for the municipality. First, these amenities may be burdened with property taxes which would not be the case if the amenities were owned by the municipality. Thus the mandated private amenities are cash generators for the municipalities. Second, the municipalities bear no obligation to maintain the amenities given that they are owned by the HOA. On the other hand, HOA communities are exempt from taxes on certain services provided by the municipality, if the HOA is providing them instead.

In The Voluntary City, Donald J. Boudreaux and Randall G. Holcombe argue in favor of homeowners associations, citing the advantages they have over traditional governments. These include the fact that the association's creator, e.g. a developer, has an incentive to set up a government structured in such a way as to maximize value and thus increasing the selling price of the property. If a certain decision would increase the value of certain parcels and decrease the value of others, he will choose the option with the highest net value. Moreover, as experience demonstrates which rules produce the highest values, entrepreneurs will seek to emulate successful rules and abandon unsuccessful ones; thus, the quality of contractual government should increase over time.
 
 
 

 
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