Condominium primer explains how to survive — and thrive — in a community-association neighborhood

Somebody else takes care of the mowing, the raking, the roof repairs and the squirrel untangling (more on that later).  For some folks, condominium living is the best of all worlds — but, Leo Rosenberger says, that world isn’t for everyone.  A longtime condo community association manager and consultant, Rosenberger recently authored “Condo Mania,” a guide for condo owners, board members and homeowners association managers.    Read the article…………….


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