May the Board Transfer Common Area to Members in an HOA or Condo Association? – Article by Beth A Grimm, P.L.C

Often in common interest developments like condos, townhomes and  even single family home developments people look around and see areas of land  that are not being fully utilized and think, “I could use an extra 20 feet  of back yard”, or “If I had that space I would create a gazebo,”  or “That rectangle would … Continue reading

“Apples to Apples”…. bidding that’s not rotten to the core…. – Article by Greg Borzilleri

                                                                                                       Believe it or not when presented with a request for proposal (Sometimes referred to as a RFP) it isn’t as simple as throwing a number at the repair and seeing if it sticks.  There is a tremendous amount of work that actually goes into a putting together a proposal whether it is for … Continue reading

Should I Get Homeowners Insurance If I Pay for HOA Fees? – Article written by Mary Schultz

When you pay homeowner’s association, or HOA, fees, a portion of those funds goes toward insurance for the entire building and grounds. Before closing, when you purchased your condo, the HOA probably provided you and your lender with a copy of their insurance. By reviewing the policy terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions, you can determine … Continue reading

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