HOA Homefront: Exclusive use common areas – what you might not know

Many condominium buyers do not understand what they bought until long after becoming an owner.  Condominiums consist of two elements: A separate interest, called the unit, and an undivided equal share in everything else, called common area. However, there are usually also hybrid areas, called “exclusive use common areas,” devoted to the exclusive use or benefit of a single condominium, Yet they are still a common area.    Read the article………….


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