jajajaja never !!!!!!!!
in general security guards are paid a wage of arround 12,000RD$ per month. 31.000US$ / month should by you arround 132 Guards in total or 66 per 12 hour shift or 44 per 8 hour shift. You are being clearly ripped off big time.
Yes, I believe every word he says and also his authority on every aspect he posited[emoji849]I would love to see the same transparency in the management of my residency as I see in the management of Casa Linda.
I live in a community where the HOA fee is almost the double than in Casa Linda.It includes security ,maintenance of common areas (gravels roads , gardens and some lights ,many areas are dark at nights) ,garbage collection (well ,we have to drop our own garbage 100 to 200 meters of our house) and that's it. No electricity backup ,fancy playground or common pool.
Everybody pay a different HOA fee which is related to when an owner bought but not based on lot size/house size.
Basically ,no consistency and no transparency is provided to owners in terms of how they come up with the HOA fee .
I consulted Guzman to see if they were laws to protect owners in a community of houses.And the answer was a big NO.They are laws for condominiums but not for a community of houses.
So, based on my own experience ,I feel that Casa Linda's owners should feel good about the answers that their president is giving to this public forum .
It's amazing that there are so many who post something here that's based on their own assumptions, and not the facts. I really don't understand why they are doing this, and some don't even read previous replies, and just continue with their false accusations.
This post by Manuel is a typically example of this. In a post earlier this month I informed that Casa Linda has in total 73 security officers (guards), but still Manuel is using wrong figures!!
I don't know where he gets the salary of RD$ 12,000 either, because Casa Linda pays way more than that!
I’m from Ontario and a similar size house where I’m from the property taxes are 7,000$ . Then you add your utilities and paying for all that Casa Linda charges is a fair amount less then owning a house in CanadaI'm not that familiar either, just learning about the charges before buying. I would imagine water and garbage pick up would be other charges.
I’m from Ontario and a similar size house where I’m from the property taxes are 7,000$ . Then you add your utilities and paying for all that Casa Linda charges is a fair amount less then owning a house in Canada
This is like the colmado crowd vs the Jose O sheas crowd. Jose Osheas is a rip off. Selling presidente for 150 is criminal!! I can get the same bottle of Presidente for 90 pesos in the colmado!!
Can You watch the NFL Package in the colmado? Do you have an Ocean View?? Does the bathroom have a toilet seat, if there even is a bathroom??
For some everything boils down to price and how"Dominican" (assimilated) they are. They seem unable to accept, that Others have a little higher standard of living and are not willing to sacrafice comfort or safety.