Underfunded community associations can be at risk of falling behind on much-needed repair, restoration, or replacement.
Some board members may feel that:
Unchanging and/or reduced assessments will reduce owner complaints.
Increasing assessments will scare away potential buyers and hurt resale value
It’s acceptable to constantly utilize reserve funds to maintain or reduce assessment fees.
Major maintenance concerns can be addressed … Read More ›
KSN attorney Jessica Ryan was on the WGN-TV Political Report on July 18, 2021 to discuss the expiration of the Illinois eviction moratorium.
She discusses the impact to landlords, legal options, and more.
You can also view the news segment here: https://wgntv.com/political-report/illinois-eviction-moratorium-set-to-expire/
KSN attorneys are familiar with the latest laws and regulations to avoid technical defects … Read More ›
No one wants to have to deal with an emergency situation or natural disaster (ex. earthquake, flooding, tornado, wildfires) in their condominium, homeowner (HOA), or townhome association. But board members, community leaders, and property managers should be proactive in their preparation to handle a crisis.
An association’s emergency plan should incorporate action steps to mitigate harm. … Read More ›
Illinois Governor Pritzker has announced the final phase out of the eviction moratorium which will completely lift on August 31, 2021.