For condo owners in trouble, repayment plans a good idea

Community association homeowners are obligated to pay assessments, usually monthly or quarterly, to maintain the common elements of the property. If they don’t, they could lose their homes. The Illinois Forcible Entry and Detainer Act allows associations to get court orders granting them possession of a delinquent owner’s unit and to rent it out until the balance is paid.     Read the article…………


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