Boards can take the surprise out of special assessments

Suppose the decks at your community association are badly deteriorating. The board hires an engineer, who advises total replacement within a couple of years. Not all the owners have decks, but those who do will be assessed about $4,000 each. The board wonders: When should it tell the deck owners a special assessment is coming?  Read More……


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