When property owners want to talk about deferred HOA maintenance, selective enforcement of rules and restrictions, or high HOA fees and special assessments, wouldn’t it be great if they could overcome these HOA barriers and find a quick and easy way to reach out to their neighbors?
It’s bad enough dealing with defective construction in one’s home. But what can homeowners do when property damage — and high HOA fees — result from shoddy construction of commonly owned or maintained property?
Concluding more than seven years of litigation, one of Chicago’s Magnificent Mile condo associations has agreed to pay a $125,000 settlement fee to one of its former owners.
A summary of notable legislative updates for owners of property in HOA-governed communities. This is Part 2 of HOA, condo, and co-op legislative updates for 2020.