2021 Bluffton HOA Fees

When searching for a home in Bluffton, buyers should know that many of the neighborhoods in Bluffton are privately owned and have a Homeowner’s Association (HOA) Fee to help cover the costs of roads, security, and staffing. As well as amenities such as pools & fitness centers, and other expenses of the community.


HOA fees are typically paid quarterly. In addition, some communities have capital improvement fees, enhancement fees, and other special assessments such as transfer fees, membership fees, and initiation/administration fees that typically must be paid at closing by the buyer.

Here are the HOA fees for some of the popular neighborhoods in Bluffton: Alston Park $1,112

Belfair $17,645

Berkeley Hall $19,476

Colleton River $21,805

Crescent $1,932

Cypress Ridge (homes) $1,476

Cypress Ridge (townhomes) $2,448

Eagles Pointe $1,400

Farm at Buckwalter $896.79

Four Seasons at Carolina Oaks $2,400

Heritage at New Riverside $1,020

Hampton Hall $4,392

Hampton Lake $3,763.19

Island West $1,375

Lake Linden $620

Landings at New Riverside $1,608

Lawton Station $1,160

Moss Creek $6,330

Palmetto Bluff $9,343

Rose Hill $2,400

Shell Hall $1,600

Southern Oak / The Meadows $750.20

The Walk at Bluffton Square $996

Wellstone $1,548

Westbury Park $1,618

*Please note that while information is deemed reliable, accuracy is not guaranteed, and all information needs to be verified by third parties. The listed feed may not include all fees associated with a Community and homeownership.


*Please note that while information is deemed reliable, accuracy is not guaranteed, and all information needs to be verified by third parties. The listed feed may not include all fees associated with a Community and homeownership.

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