Do you pay property tax on a condo?

Answer A condominium is a home; it exists on real property; most condominium owners pay property tax.You can check with your local county or provincial assessor to find the answer you want.

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Can a condo association in Florida lien a condo and sieze the property for late maintenance fees?

You can find the answer you want in your governing documents.Your monthly assessments cover bills the community incurs for community services, such as master insurance policy premiums, landscape se... Read More »

Who pays for real property in condo when condo association performs demolition of roof and walls?

Read your governing documents to determine ownership. There is a line between what a unit owner owns and what all unit owners own in common with all other owners. Ownership may determine who pays, ... Read More »

Can the foreclosed former owner of a condo be charged with trespassing on condo property in Florida after the new certificate of title as been issued to the bank?

Since trespassing is a legal matter, you are best advised to contact your local police authority if you either want a definition of trespassing or want to press charges of trespassing.

North Carolina Commissioner of Insurance If refinancing a condo do I have to insure my condo for the full mortgage amount or only my the personal property and proof of HOA Master Policy?

Your board or your management company can help you determine how much personal property insurance you need to carry in your HO-6 policy, depending on the coverage available to you in the master ins... Read More »