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In the age of technological advancements, the integration of video doorbells in condos have become an increasingly hot topic. Video doorbells, equipped with real-time video streaming, have revolutionized home security. While these devices offer enhanced security and convenience, the rising installation of video doorbells in condos has sparked concerns about privacy.   Read the article…………………………….

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After briefly offering nothing, Senate lawmakers have agreed to spend $30 million on a proposed pilot program to help condo owners strengthen their properties against seasonal storms.  House lawmakers proposed the nonrecurring expenditure Tuesday. Meanwhile, the Senate held out on committing anything to the program.  That changed Wednesday at 9 p.m., when the Legislature’s upper chamber concurred with the House’s earmark plan, offering the full $30 million to the My Safe Florida Condominium Pilot Program.   Read the article…………………………….

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Now the Lowman Links property is under contract with Ryan Homes, which plans to build 218 homes, a developer’s representative told Pasco planning commissioners last week. Part of the agreement also included an offer to two of the community’s village homeowners associations that back up to the golf course property.   Read the article…………………………….

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More than a dozen people forced out by fire in Middletown condo complex (CT)

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February 29, 2024

More than a dozen people were forced out of their homes by an early morning fire at a condo complex in Middletown.  The fire broke out at the Pepper Mill Village Condos on Burgundy Hill Lane around 3:30 a.m. on Thursday.   Read the article…………………………….

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February 28, 2024

The Burnaby RCMP has confirmed a person died during a fire at a vacant condo building near Metrotown Tuesday night.  Read the article…………………………….

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If you read the earlier installments of this series, you know that the service lives of condominium buildings are shortened by inspection, maintenance, and funding failures. Recognizing when a building may begin to reach the end of its service life may be easy or hard, depending on the type of failure. A catastrophic failure by fire, hurricane, or earthquake is instantaneous and needs little to recognize that its life is over. In these instances, we look to insurance, if available, significant owner funding, rarely available, and the value of any remaining assets, principally the land.     Read the article…………………………….

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