Condo associations steadily building reserve accounts

Condominium assessments are escalating, but that’s not necessarily bad news. A good chunk of that money is headed for reserve funding.  These and other trends are shown in the recently released “2015 Expense Analysis: Condominiums, Cooperatives and Planned Unit Developments” by the Institute of Real Estate Management.    Read the article…………


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