Condominiums, homeowner, and townhome associations can choose to regulate signage in their communities including posters, flags, banners, and other displays.
Commercial signage can be prohibited on homeowner and unit owner property.
The amount of time a “For Sale” sign can be displayed in front of a property can be addressed in the association’s rules and bylaws.
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Frigid temperatures. Ice scrapers. Salt bags. Snow plows. These are some of the words that come to mind when you think of “Old Man Winter”. And with winter weather comes the task of finding the right snow removal company for your condominium, homeowner, or townhome association.
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With the upcoming winter weather, it’s inevitable that condominium, homeowner, and townhome associations will have to deal with pipe bursts, leaks, and the resulting property damage. Below are three initial steps board members and property managers can take to determine who is responsible for repairs, unit damages, and/or damage to common areas.
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