Matthew Moodhe has more than 20 years of experience representing condominium, homeowner (HOA), and townhome community associations in all areas of community association law including: association governance and board procedure, declaration interpretation and amendments, rules enforcement, assessment collection, real estate tax reduction, vendor contract review and dispute litigation, association and board insurance coverage and defense, governmental relations and crime prevention programs.
Matthew works closely with board members and property managers and is very accessible to his clients. He believes in practicing preventive law and proactively addressing legal issues before they become large, costly disputes.
Matthew has extensive trial court experience and has also argued cases before the Illinois Appellate Court and the Illinois Supreme Court. Prior to joining Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit, he served as a criminal prosecutor in the Cook County State's Attorney's office.
Matthew has been a member of the firm's Executive Committee since 2007 and served as the firm's Managing Principal (2010-2013). In these roles, he has been integrally involved with the firm’s strategic development and advancement.
Matthew joined Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit in 1994 and has been a practicing attorney since 1991.
“New Federal Mortgage Requirements: Impact on Community Associations” – KSN attorney Matthew Moodhe discusses how new federal mortgage requirements will impact community associations. Matt reviews the 2022 Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac regulations, seller disclosures, reserve funding requirements, and more. (15 mins.)