Can you belong to a condominium assocation for use of common areas only?

Answer Read the governing documents to determine of this class of ownership is allowed in the common interest community where you want to use the common areas.

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What can one do when condominium board is not providing maintenance of the total grounds only certain areas?

Assuming that 'one' is an owner of a condominium unit, one can approach the board with a written request to expand the maintenance tasks to include the grounds not currently being maintained.In pre... Read More »

If common areas in a housing community are still owned by title by the developer never titled to the Home Owners Association who is responsible for the upkeep and liability of those common areas?

This is not a legal answer; your answerer is not an attorney.If the association can verify that title remains in the developer's name, the association may be able to recover costs it has expended t... Read More »

Does a townhouse own the land beneath it whereas a condominium owners own only the unit plus a part of shared common grounds and amenities?

Read the appropriate descriptions of the real estate you want to buy. Usually, when buying a condominium, you purchase a unit, plus an interest in real estate assets that the association owns in c... Read More »

Doesn't townhouse ownership include the land beneath it versus a condominium where owners own only the air within the unit plus a part of shared common grounds and amenities?

When you buy real estate, you are entitled to understand exactly what is included in your ownership. For a condominium, you can read the governing documents that detail the boundary between what is... Read More »