Can a homeowner in a condominium association be the paid property manager?

Answer Overall, this is probably not a good idea. Read your governing documents to determine whether or not this practice is allowed. (It is generally forbidden if the owner is also a board member.)Next,... Read More »

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If a homeowner pays for roofing repairs or other services in a condominium due to shortage of funds should the association reimburse the homeowner?

The key phrase in your question is 'shortage of funds'. If the association borrows money from its owners to make repairs, then the owners and the association need a written agreement that details ... Read More »

Can a homeowner association remove an owners trash from community property?

If your governing documents state that an owner's property -- or the common areas -- must remain in a 'neat and tidy condition', and the property is not being maintained to that standard, there are... Read More »

What Are the Rules for Foreclosure on Homes Due to Homeowner Association Fees Not Being Paid?

Many neighborhoods around the nation have homeowners associations and the residents pay dues to the HOA. These dues cover communal expenses and the day-to-day expenses of the HOA. Rules vary by sta... Read More »

What is need to be a property manager of an association?

Condominium, co-op and home owner association property managers can be responsible for as much or as little as the association board pays the property manager for. In order to qualify to play the ... Read More »