The Electric Vehicle Right to Charge, also known as the EV Charging Ordinance, was introduced to the Chicago City Council Committee on Housing and Real Estate in July 2022.
If the EV Charging Ordinance is passed, it would become law and require residential and commercial building owners in the City of Chicago to allow tenants to … Read More ›
“Understanding Condominium Deconversions” – KSN attorney Omar Malik discusses the condominium deconversion trend and challenges presented by these large-scale sales. Topics include board member responsibilities, the property manager’s role, legal challenges, best practices and more. Omar also reviews KSN’s experience with handling over ninety deconversion transactions. (52 mins.)
The KSN Podcast examines various aspects of association … Read More ›
The United States Congress passed a law in March 2020 titled The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) in response to the economic and public health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CARES Act provided a wide range of measures to support individuals, businesses, and communities affected by the pandemic. The CARES … Read More ›
“Is Your Condo or HOA on the Fannie Mae Unavailable List?” – KSN attorney Michael Kreibich discusses the emerging topic of the Fannie Mae Unavailable List and its impact on condominium, homeowner (HOA), and townhome community associations. “Topics include proactive planning, deferred maintenance, special assessments, reserve requirements, documentation, board member responsibilities, and more. (21 mins.)
The … Read More ›