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Three Tips for Reviewing Homeowners’ Association Disclosure Documents

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Whether you are buying a new Condo or moving into a Homeowners’ Association, you must review the disclosure documents provided.  Most people see the hundreds of pages of documents handed over, roll their eyes, and move on. But you’re not most people! You’re a winner who wants to be an engaged and involved owner.  Or at the very least, you don’t want to be screwed by a bad Board who wants to...

First Half 2017 Condo Association Horror Stories

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Better Condo Life is dedicated to helping Condo Owners, Board members, and Management have the best Condo experience possible.  Informed and involved Owners, good Board members and engaged Management will lead a great community.  Sometimes, however, Condo Associations face tough times.  These might be anything from construction defects or issues due to negligence or corruption.  Here are the...

Three Reasons to Buy in an Established Condo Association

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When you are Condo shopping, there’s a tendency to want to see the newest and best construction.  New buildings will have the most modern building codes, may be Leeds certified and environmentally friendly, and feature dazzling amenities.  All of these are good things.  However, if you’re an informed Owner, you know that a Condo is more than just the building – it’s the Association, the...

Types of Prospective Condo Buyers

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Buying a new property is an exciting time.  Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or an experienced veteran, nearly everyone loves shopping.  Buying a Condo is different; you’ve got a lot to look out for, whether you’re buying a new Condo or conversion.  In the era of the internet, the information a buyer needs is out there.  The question becomes – does a prospective...

Four Things to Know Before Buying a Condo Conversion

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So you’re ready to buy your new Condo, and you already read my previous article here.  However, you just learned that your new Condo is a “Conversion.”  This is where a Developer buys an apartment building and turns it into a Condo.  A building may have a prime location where it is profitable for a Developer to buy the old property and flip it into Condos.  Buying a condo conversion is more...

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