Does a lien from condo assoc go away once fee's are paid?

Answer In order for the lien to be removed from your title, the association must file a release of the lien, and would do so once your assessments are paid, together with any fees and expenses related to ... Read More »

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Can a lien placed by condo assoc on property that is paid for show on credit report?

Yes.A lien is a matter of public record and the credit bureaus will pick it up and add it to your record.

If you own your home outright and the condo association has placed a lien on it for unpaid condo association fees can they take your home if the fees are not paid?

Yes.Read your governing documents to verify that your monthly assessments represent an automatic lien on your title.When your board decides to file a formal lien, they are taking one of several ste... Read More »

How does a condo assoc take out a lien for non payment of monthly dues?

You can find the answer you want in your governing documents. Usually, assessments automatically represent a lien against the title, and the board -- with its attorney -- can file a formal lien wi... 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 »