RCSCW negotiates fees for new homes

By Roger Bal | YourValley.net

The Recreation Centers of Sun City West Governing Board negotiated development fees with K. Hovnanian homes, the company building 50 new residences.

Katy O’Grady, RCSCW general services officer, said the developer will pay $465 for each new unit as a facilities investment fee.

Additionally, anyone purchasing a home in Sun City West pays an Asset Preservation Fee of $3500, added to the price of the home. Residents who already have a home in Sun City West and purchases another home in the community are exempt from that fee. However, Hovnanian officials  agreed to pay the $3,500 APF if a purchaser of a home in the development already lives in Sun City West.


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