After control is transferred by a developer, it is the owners in a planned development community that own the HOA, in proportion to their unit entitlement (i.e. proportional to their ownership, not necessarily to the number of owners). Unit entitlement can vary based on the size of a given parcel, and frequently the initial developer will retain excess rights until their units have been sold.  

Your fees and the other owners’ will be relative to your unit entitlement, and collectively you will fund the amenities, repairs and maintenance, and reserve.

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