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Synonyms for condominium

one of the dwelling units in a condominium

housing consisting of a complex of dwelling units (as an apartment house) in which each unit is individually owned

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Some condominium associations have hundreds of members, but Massachusetts law allows for a condominium association with as few as two.
If a condominium association does not have members with construction or financial planning skills, it could always hire specialists in those areas to assist in planning improvement projects.
CMC Jacksonville, an Associa company, welcomes the Cottages at Greenland Condominium Association into its already diverse client portfolio.
His ex-wife, Lesley Correa, was previously indicted for allegedly stealing $350,000 from the Glenmeadow Condominium Association in Waltham and using the money for personal bills, vacations and dining at restaurants.
In 2014 ACIC wrote over $300 million of Florida condominium association business.
Geiger is currently an on-site community manager for Morgandale Condominium Association, a 560-home, 100-acre community located in Lansdale, Pa.
Ninety percent of the award is to be paid by the condominium association and property management company.
Pets were allowed when the resident initially bought his unit in 1995, but the condominium association had adopted a "no-pets" policy before the resident adopted his emotional support animal.
A condominium association, cooperative association, or residential real estate management association may not adopt or enforce any policy, or enter into any agreement, that would restrict or prevent a member of the association from displaying the flag of the United States on residential property within the association with respect to which such member has a separate ownership interest or a right to exclusive possession or use.
The Appeals Court recognized that the integrated products concept is an unsettled area of law in Massachusetts, but rather than render a decision on the applicability of this concept, it simply held that the economic loss rule as a whole does not apply in the context of a condominium project when the condominium association would otherwise lack a remedy and the damages are reasonably determinable.
These include the Valencia on the Gulf Condominium Association in Venice, Florida, Fairway Bay 3 Association (The Atrium), Bay Harbour Condominium Association and La Firenza Condominium Association.
An owner can thus transfer the condominium to a transferee that the condominium association would otherwise find to be undesirable, and may do so without penalty.
These advantages may include acquisition of certain developer-retained rights under the condominium documents and the ability to control the condominium association by electing or designating a majority of the directors of the condominium association board of directors.
Merchant continues to work for changes in the regulations with her local condominium association.
Usually the costs involved in ownership are the principal and interest of the mortgage loan, real estate taxes and condominium association maintenance fees or a reserve fund for home maintenance.