Condo Coops

Finding Representation in a Condominium

The unit owners of a condominium make up a collective Homeowner’s Association (HOA). This board of directors creates bylaws for the residents which govern the pet policy, quiet time, and
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Read Before Getting a Timeshare!

A timeshare is a form of property in which an individual purchases or rents a property for a set period of time per year. Usually timeshare properties are located near
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Know the Ethics for Condos and Cooperatives

Because properties which house condominiums, cooperatives, timeshares or related properties involve some form of representative community governorship, it is extremely common when purchasing, occupying, or overseeing a condominium or similar
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Difference Between Condominiums and Cooperatives

Condominiums, cooperatives, and timeshares are unique property terms which refer to housing units, often, though not exclusively, apartments, which are owned and operated outside of the traditional rubric of owner/tenant.
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Articles & Bylaws of Condominiums

Condominium law in the United States began with the passage of the Utah Condominium Act in 1960. This allowed property entrepreneur Keith Romney to build a privately owned, collective managed
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