Homeowner's Association Services and Resources

Hate letters are being left in private mailboxes in a Cooper City neighborhood.  Those who practice Judaism are being targeted and the community is very upset by the hate being spewed.

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A neighborhood with million dollar homes is now a community of angry residents because developers have decided to paint a red fire lane on their street, keeping them from being able to park.  The residents were not given any advance notice.

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The current President of a homeowners' association is being accused of running the board as a "fiefdom."  He is being accused of not allowing elections and not exposing the finances.  The homeowners have hired an attorney to advise them.

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The Illinois Supreme Court has ruled that unless the new owner of a condominium pays their first post-purchase assessment on time, they will will be responsible for all unpaid assessments on the condominum.  They will not be erased because of foreclosure.

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Filling empty seats on a board of directors and running elections effectively are the topics in this Q & A.

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A wildlife trapper was hired by a condominium association to trap feral cats that were causing problems around a community.  Animal advocates have since started threatening him on social media.

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The owner of a condominium in a complex has made death threats to his neighbors and now has restraining orders against him.  The condo owner has a bad temper and has made negative comments, sent threatening letters and made death threats.

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The author looks at homeowners flying drones in their communities and how it affects the neighborhood.  Association boards must address the concerns and put their decision in writing.

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Those who used to decorate for the holidays are being told they must limit decorations and lights because of new rules set by the condominium association.  One woman refuses to follow new rules since she has decorated for the last four years.

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While most residents expected to see wildlife outside their neighborhoods, many are seeing wildlife being hunted instead.  Residents are concerned for the safety of their families since the hunting is occuring so close to their homes.

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