Condo Tenants: A Potential Asset

Question: We have been renting a condominium unit in a fairly large complex for the last several years, and our current plans are to stay here for several more years. For financial and other personal reasons, we do not want to buy. However, quite frankly we feel that we are second class citizens in this condominium complex. We recognize that we cannot serve on the Board of Directors. However, we want to get involved in various condominium activities, including the budget, grounds and maintenance, and a newsletter, but the Board is adamant against our involvement. We believe we can be more productive for the condominium than many of the owners, but we are treated as if we do not exist. Is there any legal reason why we cannot get involved?    Read the Q&A…………..


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