Is a board member of a condo required to live in the condo?
Read your governing documents to determine whether or not this is a criteria for your association.
Often, this is most desirable, but may not be a requirement of the community's official guidelines.
can a condo owner live out of state and be a board member
Read your governing documents to determine the residency requirements for board service eligibility. It is possible that the majority of the board must be resident owners, all members must be resident owners or there may be no residency requirement. There is no standard.
There is no standard. Read your governing documents to determine residency requirements to qualify for board service.
Can a condo association sue the owner with default dues when the owner doesnt live there or already live out of state?
Read your governing documents to establish the process required in order to pursue a delinquent owner for past due assessments. So long as the owner retains title to the unit, the board is required to collect the debt, regardless of the owner's physical location.
You live in a 5 story condo unit and you are putting a hot tub on the 2nd floor and the contractor is telling you that in order to get a 220v outlet outside hes is going to have to put in another box?
Read your governing documents to determine whether or not board approval is required for this installation. If it is, the association's power grid must be inspected to ascertain how to power your installation. If no approval is required, best practices dictate that you advise the board of the installation, to verify whether or not additional insurance is required based on your upgrade.
Read your governing documents, including amendments, resolutions and board meeting minutes to determine what constitutes speeding, and the notifications required prior to eviction. Tenants and owners alike are expected to live within a condominium community with behaviours bounded by the governing documents.
If you live in a second floor condo and there is a water leak that causes damage who is responsible?
If you live in a second floor condo and you rent the condo, the leak that causes damage is the responsibility of the owner of the building. If you own the condo, the leak is the responsibility of the owner of the condo with the leak.
No, not even gold members are required to own that.
I do not live in a condo thus I have no need to shut the main valve
no they live in a nice condo in hedgehog village
Has a condo in Miami, but doesn't LIVE there
While co-operative insurance is not required when traveling abroad, it is still a good idea to have it. Co-operative insurance protects a person's property while they live in a condo or other co-op living situation.
Rich little girl bought the penthouse at the Adelicia.
Mosaic 3801 Collins Ave, below you can see the condo information http://thecriscitos.com/re_sales.php
You live in a condo complex Can communications for condo owners be distributed legally by putting them under the red flag on their mail boxes?
It's a good idea to read your governing documents regarding distribution of notices before you distribute any, because in doing so, you may be notified of a violation if you do so 'illegally'. Your governing documents provide for official notification to owners from the board and may also guide you in distribution of informal communications. It's a good idea to include the board in any communication to owners, perhaps by requesting permission to distribute the… Read More
he lives in Toledo, Ohio in a condo
he has a condo and a house
He lives in a condo downtown
Many people enjoy living in condos but in order to ensure that this is the right life style a potential buyer or renter of a condo needs to do a lot of homework. A condo typically has many people living in close proximity which necessitates the establishment of a condo association which imposes many rules and regulations to ensure harmonious relationships among the inhabitants. Some condo residents who did not do their homework may find… Read More
You live on a condo kitchen sink backs up with soap from laundry you dont from where been arguing over a year and nothing is being done?
The answer you want is in your governing documents. Determine who has responsibility for identifying sewer backups -- you or the board; identify who is responsible for maintaining the sewer drains -- you or the board; identify how long an owner is required to wait for a work order to be completed. Write a letter to the board and request that the board handle the matter at an open board meeting. In your letter: Request… Read More
If you live there, of course. If you do not live there, then it is not you 'primary residence'.
He lives in Los Angelos. in Miami in a small condo
He he has a house in Sudbury, MA and a condo Boston, MA.
In his condo in New Jersey
A member of the U.S. House of Representatives is constitutionally required to only live in the state which they represent. However, there is a strongly followed unwritten convention that House members maintain a residence in the district they represent and it is highly uncommon for a member not to do so.
Can arrears in assessment in a condo association be discussed with other residents other than the board?
Your answer may depend on where you live/ the location of the condominium. In US and Canada, when the board discusses the state of other owners' accounts with owners, it is not only rude, but may be illegal. In Japan, owners in arrears can find their names listed on bulletin boards in front of all elevator doors.
Live in condo.. A unit owner repeatedly found urinating in garbage bin on condo grounds. What can the association do to this individual?
This sounds like a situation for the police.
In most communities, the majority of residents in condos are owners. There are some rental units, but for the most part the people that own the condo also live in it.
He is from Columbus, Ohio and he has a condo in Miami, FL. Ohio
Yes she does she lives with Avan jogia in their condo.
Uptown Marina Lofts Condo Aventura Florida
hello mike, i bought a brand new condo eight years ago, and every time it rains my house smells like wet cardboard. i had some come out and check my condo and and they could not find anything wrong. when it smells like card board, it cause my eyes to itch and i cough a lot, i have asthma. i was wondering if you could come and check out my condo. i live in florida… Read More
Community Specialists manages the building I live in in Chicago and I hate them how do I change the management company for the condo building I live in?
You would need to bring your complaints to the Association's Board of Managers as they are responsible for hiring and firing managing agents. If enough owners feel as you do (20% of the owners of the common elements) you can require the Board to hold a meeting of owners to discuss the issue and see whether further action should be taken and potentially have an ownership vote on the issue.
Read your governing documents to determine qualifications for board service. Usually, this is limited to unit ownership. When board members serve but do not live in the community, the people who make their homes as primary residences in the community may believe that the board is uninterested and disengaged in matters that take place 'on the property'.
Average condo insurance rates in Illinois are 4.69%. This varies greatly depending on what part of the city you live in, but 4.69% is the common mean and average.
Yes you can move out at 16 in Canada without parental permission but someone else would have to sign the contract for the condo.
The condominium board is chartered with some combination of tasks that cover security, maintenance and preservation of real estate assets that all owners own in common. In the governing documents, the board may have the right to evict a resident who violates the regulations, the covenants, the conditions, or the rules. Further, the board may evict a resident in preparation for selling a unit for unpaid assessments. Your mother's ownership does not guarantee your residency… Read More
We have pictures of Mr. Woodchuck outside our condo in Oxford.
She lives in a home in West Chester, PA
He has a 30th floor condo in a high rise building in Chicago.
Whatever the landlord charges, regardless of the type of dwelling
Depending on where you live, this could be common. In Japan, for example, people who do not pay assessments on time can find their names written on a board in front of the elevator on their floor. Cultural peer-pressure is apparently at work in these situations. In the United States, associations that follow best practices do not list delinquent owner's names in documents for publication, but are required to list at least unit numbers… Read More
Teachers live like anyone else, in a house, an apartment, or a condo. Teachers have lives too, ya know.
A live in relationship is when a boyfriend and girlfriend live together in the same house, apartment, or condo. Typically, this occurs with most long term relationships.
No, I live on the twentieth floor, pigeons and doves make it to my feeder.
You live in a condo and received water damage from the next door neighbor refigerator ice maker overflow your dining room was damaged The flow plan is open and continues to a second flow loft?
Best practices dictate that you contact the association manager or the board so that the damage can be stopped and repairs made.
What does it mean when you call someone's parents losers but continue to live in their condominium property that they paid for with their OWN money?
Your question sounds sort of messed up. If you mean it was there condo, and they are the sole people paying, Then your being a jerk. Even if you paid for some, it is THEIR condo that you are allowed to live in. What you said is just rude to them.
he has a multi-million dollar condo in chicago, profits from exploiting his "guests" on his "show"
She has a condo on Park Avenue, New York city, and an estate in Aquinnah, Massachussets.
My hero, now looser lives in Sherman Oaks.... In the condo next door.