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EOY MF Billing


TUG Review Crew
TUG Member
Feb 23, 2014
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Castle Pines, CO
I'm totally confused. Per the board minutes the annual MF/reserve total for a 2BR at Valdoro is around $2,300.

I own EOY Even. For whatever reason Valdoro bills half your MF/reserve to be due Jan 1 and half to be due July 1. My bill due for MF/reserve on Jan 1 is $774.50. That would make the total for the year $1,549 which is about $800 less than it should be.

When you own a EOY you only pay in your year of usage, right?

When you own a EOY you pay the same/full amount in your year of usage as someone who owns the same unit but with an annual usage, right?

Does anyone see a way my $774.50 bill for Valdoro for half the year is right? I suppose the bill that will be due July 1 may be for more (in other words, perhaps my Jan 1 bill isn't half, it's more like 1/3?) :wall: