FHFA Attacks Condominium Limited Priority Lien

The condominium “superlien” is under attack. That doesn’t overstate at all the concerted efforts now under way to revoke a measure that has been working well in many states for more than two decades. Nor does it exaggerate the potential threat to the financial health and viability of condo associations all over the country.  Read the article…………..


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