Illinois: Condo settles dispute over $500 fine, pays owner $125,000

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.

Preventing HOA Problems, Restoring justice, and Holding HOAs accountable

This article explores ways to prevent HOA problems through housing policy solutions and alternatives to traditional regulatory legislation.

Why do state lawmakers resist regulation of HOAs?

Across the U.S., homeowner advocates are preparing to file various bills in 2021 legislative sessions. Advocates hope to improve accountability of all types of mandatory-membership

HOA, condo & co-op legislation update (2020, Part 1)

Highlights of new legislation in California, Colorado, Connecticut, and Florida. California HOAs can no longer stop homeowners from adding a rental units to their properties

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