Condominium expert Daniel Vasquez addresses Sun-Sentinel readers’ questions about their condos. State law requires a two-thirds vote for a major delay in vital projects such as retrofitting a building with fire sprinklers, Vasquez explains. Also, condo associations can levy charges for areas of common use, such as clubhouses. These issues are on condo owners’ minds as condo associations face increased financial strain.
|Foreclosure fight heats up: Trial could give Schecher Group nearly complete control of Miami Beach’s Sixty Sixty Resort|
|NY investors buy Universal Palms Hotel in Oakland Park|
|Colombians dominated web searches for Miami homes in December|
|New Jersey firm picks up rental portfolio in Palm Beach County|
|SoFla lease roundup: Virgin Voyages unveils new Plantation HQ & more|