Should a condo HOA paint and maintain exclusive use areas?

Answer If the association owns the exclusive use areas, then the association is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of those assets. Read your governing documents to determine the areas' ownership.

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Can a condominium Home Owners Association person enter exclusive use areas without permission?

It depends on the status of the person or who the person is. If the person is simply another member of the association, and is not entitled access to the exclusive use area, then permission is prob... Read More »

Are fireplace chimneys considered common areas in a condo?

Read your governing documents to determine exactly how your fireplace chimneys are defined. It's reasonable that they could be defined limited common areas, dedicated for individual use, but mainta... Read More »

Measure square footage of condo include percentage of common areas?

Usually not. The square footage quoted should mirror what the unit owner owns and can sell. However, when selling a condominium, a seller can list dedicated amenities, such as an attached deck, a ... Read More »

Is an condo attic which owners maintain considered common area?

Read your governing documents to determine the line where your private ownership ends and common ownership ends. If it is common area: Owners (plural) maintain the attic area, this is proper, since... Read More »