How do you get the condo manager to install mailboxes at the condominium?
Given the steps that an owner would take in this case, such
- Writing a letter to the board requesting that the issue be handled -- including the letter -- in a board meeting, and that the issue be documented in the minutes
- Pointing to the budget line item that funds the installation of the mailboxes
- Waiting the stated amount of time for the task to be completed
- Requesting in another letter, an explanation as to why the task is not complete
If your condo manager will not approve or install mailboxes to receive US mail at your condominium What do you do?
Speak with the local US postal service and concider renting a post box at the nearest post office.
'Condo' is the abbreviation for condominium. It cannot be further reduced.
Condo is a short form of the full word, condominium.
'Condo' is a clipped version of the longer word condominium.
Condo is the shortened form of condominium. It is the shortest form.
Usually a condominium complex with a garden, or a condominium unit with a garden dedicated to the unit.
If you own a condominium, you may be able to rent it, depending on your governing documents. Your board or association manager can help you follow the process defined there. If you are a tenant looking for a situation, a condominium may be an option. A local realtor can help you.
It depends on the location of the condominium, its size and the amenities included in the condominium community.
No. The recording of the declaration of condominium creates the condominium under state laws. A condominium is a creation of law. If no condominium is created then no units can be sold. Condominium declarations are recorded in the land records office where the land is located. Once the condominium has been submitted to the provisions of state condominium law by the recording of the declaration in the land records, the developer can sell condominium units.
What do you do or who is responsible when an exterior wall of your condo is leaking onto your condo?
Your question is interesting in that it asks about leaks 'onto' your condo, without stating that the water is leaking 'into' your condominium. Water dripping onto your condominium balcony/ roof line/ window pane and so forth is expected and normal so long as the waterproof integrity of your building envelope remains in place and there is no water intrusion. However, if water is leaking into your condominium, you must alert your association manager or resident… Read More
he has a condo and a house
It is a condominium community with units in a high-rise building.
The noun is condominium and it becomes plural with the addition of 's': condominiums.
If lighting is required on condominium property, the association is responsible for lighting. The city is responsible for lighting streets -- i.e., street lighting, not for lighting properties.
A condominium building may be as tall as local land-use allows.
There is no standard height for a condominium building. Their heights vary greatly.
Your treasurer or property manager is best equipped to interpret the acronyms used in your condominium assessment budget. There are no standards, so individual properties make up their individual expense line items.
Your answer depends on the price of power in the geography where the condominium is located.
I live in a condo complex Can the Board of Trustees distribute condo information by putting it under the red flag on the ownners' mailboxes?
Read your governing documents to determine whether sliding information under the red flag on an owner's mailbox is considered a formal, official notification option, or whether someone has determined that this is an informal way to put information in the hands of condominium owners. As well, if the mailboxes are used by an official, governmental postal authority, it might not be legal to use the mailboxes for another purpose, other an official, postage-paid mail. You… Read More
Read your governing documents to determine legal access by the association and/or its agents into your unit. Access may be permitted if a bone fide emergency is involved, and otherwise no access is permitted.
Always, you can own a condominium. And some condominiums are called apartments. You cannot always own an apartment. When you cannot own an apartment, it is not a condominium.
A house is a building. Condominium is a form of real estate ownership. So yes, a house can be a condominium, and not all condominiums are houses, nor are all houses condominiums.
Usually the term describes a smaller than average condominium unit within a community.
Condominium living implies assessments, regardless of the amenities owned by the association.
A local condominium-savvy real estate agent can help you make this decision.
Condominium is a style of real estate ownership, and has no standard for the number of bedrooms in a unit.
Parking in a condominium community is defined in the governing documents. There is no standard.
The price of a Columbus, Ohio, two-bedroom condominium will all depend upon the location of the condo, and the amenities offered with the unit.
If you own a condominium that you rent, you remain obligated to pay your assessments. If you rent a condominium, you may be obligated to pay assessment through the terms of your lease.
No, FHA considers a condominium a condominium, and a single family home a single family home. The styles of legal ownership and title are different.
Please review your governing documents -- your CC&Rs, to discover the boundary definition for your unit. Look for the section with boundary in the title. There is no standard: every condominium is different from every other condominium.
If a leak from my condo damaged the condo below mine and neither of us have insurance who would be responsible for paying for the damages?
If it was determined that the condominium did not bear any blame, then you are the one who would be responsible.
No, it is private property owned by all owners in the condominium association.
Read your governing documents to determine the uses for your property allowed by the association.
There is no standard. A local realtor can help you price the condominium that you want to purchase.
A condominium is a home; it exists on real property; most condominium owners pay property tax. You can check with your local county or provincial assessor to find the answer you want.
Condominium is a form of real estate ownership. Loft is a style of the interior. Some lofts are condominiums; not all condominium units are lofts. Some lofts are not condominiums.
Usually the governing documents for a condominium association detail the level to which a unit owner must maintain the interior of a unit. The board may enforce the covenants of the community by sending a notice to a condominium owner whose upkeep of his or her unit is in violation with the governing documents.
What is the procedure for a condominium association to file a lien a condo for montly dues on a condo that the bank is foreclosing on?
Overall, every state handles these matters differently from every other state. You need a condominium-savvy attorney to help you recover this debt at this late date. Effectively, a lien must be filed with the local court.
Courtney lives in a condominium She has lived there for 3 years and paid 700 a month in rent Now the condo is up for sale Courtney has an option to buy the condo with her previous rent payments be?
LendGo, Freddie Mac and American Bank are lenders that will provide additional information needed about condominium mortgages. Another lender with condo mortgage information is BankRate.
Read your governing documents to determine the length of term for each officer or director on your condominium board. This is the place to find this answer, regardless of where the condominium board operates.
Yes. When you rent a condominium, you are subject to the same rules and regulations, governing documents and guidelines as an owner -- except that you cannot vote in association business.
There is on standard. Your answer depends on the location of the local utility, its fees, the size of the condominium and electricity use.
A local realtor can help you understand the price and ongoing expenses of a condominium in any geography.
You can find your answer by calling the condominium or its association management company.