Candler Hills$312.48 monthYesYesYesYes
Cherrywood Estates$321 monthNoNoYesNo
Cherrywood Preserve$268 month (last known)YesNoYesNo
Falls of Ocala$170 monthNoNoYesNo
Hardwood Trails$236.68 monthYesNoYesNo
Indigo East$225.04 monthYesNoYesYes*
JB Ranch$215 monthYesNoYesNo
Liberty Village$350 semi-annuallyNoNoYesNo
Marco Polo$18 monthNoNoNoNo
Marion Landing$175 monthNoNoYesNo
Oak Run$128-$175 month
$250+ for homes with lawn care
Ocala Palms$272.20 monthYesYesYesYes
Ocala Preserve$527.88 month homes
$566.99 month villas
On Top of the World$452-467 monthYesYesYesYes
Palm Cay$119.60 monthYesYesYesNo
Pine Run Estates$138 monthNoNoYesNo
Quail Meadow$115 quarterNoNoYesNo
Spruce Creek (North)$111 monthNoNoYesNo
Spruce Creek GC$184 monthYesYesYesYes
Spruce Creek South$171 monthYesNoYesYes
Stone Creek$245.78 month Classic & Estate series
$388.24 Garden series
$619.24 condo
Stonecrest$145-$274 monthYesYesYesYes
Summerglen$323 monthYesYesYesYes
Weybourne Landing$186.66 monthYesNoYesIn OTOW

*Gateway of Services pass required

About the HOA Fees

Ocala 55+ Community HOA Fees can vary greatly and impact affordability. The above list of HOA fees should be verified before making a purchase decision. A common question I get asked is, what do the fees cover? Each community is different, and I’ll try to publish that information on each community page. You can click on each community from the Ocala 55+ Community HOA Fees chart above.

Don’t let the HOA fee alone determine where you should live or focus your search. I’m providing this chart as a quick reference tool. However, evaluating your life’s needs for your current phase and what each community offers should be considered. Most of the communities offer tremendous value for the monthly fee. However, if their offer doesn’t match your needs, it’s no value.

For instance, for Ocala Preserve, the HOA Fee covers high-speed internet, outside irrigation, and lawn maintenance as part of the monthly fee (you get much more included, but this is for example only); purchasing these services alone can cost you over $250 / month. So considering that and comparing the $499 / month for Ocala Preserve vs. $216 / month for Del Webb’s Stone Creek, which doesn’t provide any of those benefits (the garden series or villa in Stone Creek do give some of that, but their HOA Fee is higher) might lead you to the conclusion that paying $499 / month is a better value.

If you’d like to discuss your situation to find the best community value, please call me, and let’s get started!

If you’re interested in building a new home, then you might be interested in this article: Buying New Construction Homes.

Map of All 55+ Communities Ocala, FL