Condo culture: Owners must follow rules when leasing units

Q. Our community consists of 52 condo townhouses and approximately 30 are rented out to mostly students. Our property is losing its appeal as an attractive and quiet environment. We used to enjoy our family-oriented community but that has now completely changed. So many rental units are also turning prospective buyers off. Does the Condominium Act restrict the number of rental units permitted in a condominium property?     Read the Q&A………….


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