First responders fed up with their HOA community in Royal Palm Beach. WPTV News
Property Owner’s Rights post sale of property was recently determined by the Appellate Court. Ferrer Law Group secured a significant win in favor of its client, a condo owner, in a dispute with his condominium association, where the Association was attempting to foreclose on the owner’s unit for unpaid maintenance. Ferrer Law Group was successful […]
A homeowner’s association (HOA) in Tennessee threatened to fine a resident $100 after her car left a phallic-shaped image in the condo’s parking lot following a light dusting of snow
Can Removing a Tree Get you in Trouble? Property owners are sometime faced with the need to remove a tree from their property. This is more true for the individual property owner in the HOA setting than in a condo community, however, the Board of Directors for a condo association may face this situation. Traditionally, […]
The answer to the question Can Your HOA Prevent You From Installing an Emergency Generator is, well maybe. Installing a stand-by emergency generator is a daunting task that will require many permits and inspections from your local governing governmental municipality. The installation will start with your front yard to be dug up so a large […]
As Americans sink under medical expenses, debt collectors go to great—and sometimes strange—lengths to collect.
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How Much Can a Condo Charge for Rental Applications? The The Florida Condo Act prohibits Condo Associations from charging renters more than $100.00 per applicant or $150.00 per married couple. Specifically, Florida Statue 718.112(2)(i) states: “No charge shall be made by the association or any body thereof in connection with the sale, mortgage, lease, sublease, […]
A Homeowners Association Property Manager may have gone too far with potentially invasive tactics towards the community’s residents in Lauderhill. Local Channel 10 News.
Florida Business Review (Online) A question about attorney fees for collection efforts pursued after a foreclosure sale puts Florida’s safe harbor provisions in the spotlight. The state’s safe harbor provision protects lenders recovering property after foreclosure from paying the full amount of overdue association dues. Under the rule, lenders pay a year’s worth of dues […]
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