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Criteria for creating bylaws and rules for a condominium association may include a section outlining the purpose of the entity, regulations on member eligibility, rules for electing members of the association board and t... More »

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Condo association fees are dues that go towards the repair and maintenance of the building?s common living areas, such as pools, hallways, elevators and lobbies. The fees also cover the costs of landscaping, roofing, sid... More »

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Condominium association bylaws typically cover areas, such as who may be an officer of the association, how long those officers serve, how the officers are elected, when and where meetings take place, how meetings should... More »

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Condominium association bylaws typically cover areas, such as who may be an officer of the association, how long those officers serve, how the officers are elected, when and where meetings take place, how meetings should... More »

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Good condo association websites include the Community Association Institutes' website, Caionline.org, Condosites.net and Athome.net. The Community Association Institutes' website offers resources that assist condo associ... More »

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Common questions on a resident survey prompt apartment, condo or residents living in a subdivision with a home owners association to rate or comment on the quality of maintenance services, staff friendliness, cleanliness... More »

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A non-warrantable condo with Fannie Mae, the government entity that securitizes mortgages, is one that does not meet the guidelines for financing eligibility. The condominium complex as a whole is not warrantable, meanin... More »

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