I am a board member of a Maine condominium. One of our unit owners has
consistently broken our rules, and continues to do so. What can we do to stop
— Mandated in Maine
If everything else fails, the boardcan fi…
Like all towns in Vermont, Bennington is small. Lesser known than its peers,
Burlington and Brattleboro, Bennington is often called the “gateway” to Vermont – a position that appeals to some, but leaves others unconvinced.
A proposal to ban federal lenders from purchasing mortgages in condos with
deed-based transfer fees has community association leaders worried the ruling
would lead to diminished operating budgets and severe disruption of the condo
When safety or security lapses occur in a community association setting, the
assigning of blame will often cast managers and board members in a bad light,
and can also result in major lawsuits.
But many common lapses can be ea…
Consumer and privacy advocates heralded Massachusetts for the March passage of
the nation’s strictest law yet on data security. But in the months since, many of those
charged with carrying out the law – including condominiums and proper…
In dayswhen amusement parks were focused on leisure rather than heart-stopping rides,
features like halls of mirrors, fun houses and animated fortune tellers were
standard fare. Drop a coin in the slot, and the mechanical prognosticator…
T he third annual New England Condo Expo will showcase over 120 exhibitors from
all over New England when the day-long event returns to the Seaport World Trade
Center at 200 Seaport Boulevard in Boston on Tuesday, May 24, 2011.
To ski or not to ski: that is the question in Killington, Vermont.
Known as the best skiing in the East, it is hard to separate Killington from
skiing. Dominated by the Killington-Pico Resort, the town of Killington is a
It’s been a roller-coaster ride wild enough to churn even the sturdiest of
stomachs: Unemployment is up, property values down, bankruptcies rising, sales
dipping and then lurching upward again.
For many community associations,…
When it comes to our homes, nothing is more important than feeling safe. We want
to know that our kids can ride their bikes, that we can walk the dog at night,
that we can go on vacation without wondering what will happen when we’re gon…