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