Does a property manager have a right to enter condo unit owners apt?

Answer Certainly not unannounced, and certainly not just to look about. But for a purpose and with notice, yes. In an emergency, definitely yes. Read your governing documents to determine the notice requi... Read More »

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Can a home owners association representative enter privately owned property and conduct a survey and report of said property without notification or prior consent from the owner?

Well, check the Homeowners' Association Rules and Regulations for any provision that would allow such an action. If that privilege was not reserved in the association documents, and the owner didn'... Read More »

If the Home Owners Association for a condominium community hires a roofer to make repairs to the common area and there is damage to a unit owners personal property who is responsible for the damages?

It all depends.Depending on the insurance policy you carry on your personal property, and depending on the insurance carried by the association and the insurance carried by the roofer, there would ... Read More »

What can unit owners in condo complex place on balconies?

Your governing documents may specify the 'use' of your balcony, and they may permit or prohibit certain items, such as air-conditioning units. (There is no universal standard; each complex is uniqu... Read More »

Can a HOA resident manager change the settings of the thermostat in another owners condo?

The only situation that I can imagine where the resident manager would gain access to a condominium without an owner's request or permission is this: A cold snap threatens to freeze pipes in the ge... Read More »