Upper-unit Hardwood Floors Pose Condominium Problems

People who purchase a condominium unit that has another unit above it are liable to be concerned about the potential for noise coming from the upper unit. It is a legitimate concern and one that is not assuaged simply by being reassured that the current occupants of the upper unit are quiet and considerate. What about future owners? What if someone installs hardwood floors? You want to know if the association CC&Rs (Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions) provide any protection from such a situation. If they do, the courts will enforce them.   Read the article……….


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