If your condo is paid off can you transfer deed to your daughter?

Answer Probably, yes.Unless your condominium has restrictions and reservations that would preclude your daughter from being a qualified owner, you can transfer the deed to her name.However, for example, i... Read More »

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How can you force your condo association to abide by the Master Deed and provide all of the parking stated in the deed?

You can write a letter to your board citing the section of the Master Deed that references parking. In the letter, ask for time on the agenda at the next board meeting and request an open discussio... Read More »

Is there a law regarding condo fees I live in a four-unit condo One of the members has not paid his condo fee for 7 months?

Yes, and the law is a local state law, plus the governing documents under which the association operates the property. Read your governing documents and follow the guidelines there to collect the p... Read More »

I bought a condo unit but it turned out that the unit was rewarded to the grandchildren of the owner and they are still minors. i paid for it but they can't transfer the title to me. what will i do?

Regardless of the real estate property that you purchased, if the 'reward'-of-the-property document was appropriately filed with the county real estate records of ownership, this cloud should have ... Read More »

Who is responsible for an insolvent condo maint fee when the daughter inherits the condo but gives it back to the bank because her father owes more than its worth?

If the association has filed a lien for unpaid assessments, and the lien has a priority status over that of the mortgage lender -- potentially only some of the -- unpaid assessments will be paid fr... Read More »