Condo Association Special Assessment Guide for Owners

Continuing the Special Assessment series, today is the Condo Association Special Assessment Guide for Owners. You’ve just been handed the news that you’re either obligated to pay a big check or there will be vote to hand over a big check. Your first instinct is most likely going to be to fight and resist. In some circumstances, you’re justified in fighting and resisting. But in most cases, your Board will have done their homework and they have truly identified the best path forward. The bottom line may be that the work must be done or the Condo will be rendered uninhabitable.    Read the article…………..


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