Should condo association borrow money for new roof or use reserves?

Q: We are a 35-unit condo building. Our reserves are nearly enough for a new roof. The board is having a heated discussion on whether we should have a special assessment for the remainder of the roof or take out a loan. What is your take on this situation? Does either option indicate a financially weak association?   Read the Q&A…………..


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