A condominium is another real estate option other than a traditional stand-alone home. Usually condos are purchased with mortgage, but in difficult markets or selling situations they may be rented as apartments. Learn more here about condominium housing.
A buyer asks about a condominium sale. She purchased the condominium because the living room had a partition in it. Before the condominium sale is finalized, the condo board wants the seller to remove the partition. The buyer no longer wants to go through with the condominium sale. The changes to the unit may have violated zoning laws or homeowners association regulations. What are her rights?
A condominium owner has a roof leak and no one is fixing it. Her brother wonders whether she should keep paying her condominium fees. You need to check what the homeowners association regulations say about what the owner's responsibility is and what the condominium homeowners association's responsibility is to fix.
When you're trying to sell real estate remotely, you may have trouble with your real estate agent. After trying to communicate with the real estate agent numerous times with no success, you may want to contact the agent's managing broker. The managing broker can hold the agent accountable.
As a new home buyer you have lots of choices as to what type of home to purchase. A condominium, or an apartment that you own, is usually located in an urban center or densely populated suburb. A condo is one choice to consider when you are buying a new home.
Noisy neighbors are causing problems for a condominium reader. Suing neighbors is one way to deal with a noisy neighbor but you may be able to come to an agreement with the condo association board for noise regulations.