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  1. It happens to all board members: you volunteer to be on your association’s board, and after a few years of devoting your time and energy to the association, you decide that it is someone else’s turn to contribute by serving as a board member.
  2. Dec 14,  · The condo units and common areas is co-owned by all the unit owners. What happens with a condo is up to a resolution by the co-owners and revocation of the condominium. There is a copy of the condominium handbook with some info on this subject translation.
  3. Oct 27,  · If a condo is destroyed, then one of two things happens. It is rebuilt, meaning you will get your unit back, or it is "terminated," meaning the land is sold and you receive a percentage of the total proceeds. You have to sacrifice some rights when you live in a condo .
  4. And if the time comes, shareholders to the condominium corporation can vote to have the building demolished, and they have two options. Either they sell the land, make some money from the salvageable scrap from the demolished building, deduct the cost of demolition, and divide the proceeds among the owners; or strike a deal with the original.
  5. Mar 20,  · The value of a building goes down the moment they build it. The LAND on the other hand, goes up, depending on what's happening in the neighbourhood: amenities, schools, neighbours, safety, etc. Buildings break down over time and needs maintenance.
  6. Changing the Rules. Now that you have graduated from Bylaws , what are some legitimate reasons to change a bylaw or set of bylaws? While most building bylaws are written thoughtfully and with the entire building community in mind, the fact remains that at some point, most buildings find it necessary to review their bylaws and change them if they're obsolete, unenforceable, or universally.
  7. Myth About Condo Fees or Maintenance Fee in Condominiums. The most common reaction from many condo buyers is their reluctance towards paying condo fees or maintenance fee. The concept of condo fee is often misinterpreted and misunderstood. In fact, condo fee has a great deal to do with the major benefits of living in a condominium.
  8. The Average Time It Takes to Sell a Condo. Condos tend to be popular among first-time homebuyers, as well as buyers looking to downsize or who desire less property maintenance. Because.
  9. Whether you want luxury vinyl plank flooring, vinyl tile or vinyl sheet flooring, we have it at The Home Depot. Vinyl and resilient flooring is durable, water resistant, scratch-resistant, easy to install and easy to maintain. Plus, it's affordable.

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