Can an HOA put a lien on your condo?

Answer Yes. The association can file a lien on your title to force you to pay a debt that you owe, usually unpaid monthly assessments.

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Can your condo association put a lien on your condo if you havent been able to pay your maintenance fees?

Short answer: yes. Longer answer: If you are unable to keep up with paying your assessments, it's always a good idea to relay this information to your association management company and work out a ... Read More »

A lien for unpaid assessments has been placed on your unit by the condo association - can they foreclose on your condo owned outright?

You can find the answer you want in your governing documents.Usually, regardless of the ownership status -- outright ownership or mortgaged -- unpaid condominium assessments represent an automatic ... Read More »

What does it mean if a condo association puts a lien on your condo if you haven't been able to pay your asessment fees?

As an owner, it means that your title to your unit is 'clouded' -- your title is encumbered/ not clear -- by the amount of your assessments past due and accumulating, that remain unpaid. A lien may... Read More »

How do you put a lien on a condo in your association?

Work with your governing documents, your property manager and your association's attorney to file a lien on a condominium unit. Before filing a lien, verify that the board has followed all the noti... Read More »