So, What’s Your Position?

Ok, so you have a delinquent owner that the association wants to foreclose on.  It is common knowledge that delinquent assessments give rise to liens which encumber the property for the amounts owed. But what if the association isn’t the only one not being paid? What if there is a lien from a credit cardGo to Resource

Is Foreclosure the Right Option?

Inevitably owners get behind on their assessments. Not just three, four or even five months, but ten, eleven or 12 months delinquent. Despite the association’s best efforts to get the owner to pay, there is no money coming in. Then what? Generally, an association has several ways to collect unpaid assessments: lien the property andGo to Resource

Bank Owned Properties: What Can We Do?

Does your community have properties that are owned by banks?  Unfortunately, bank owned properties have become commonplace in many communities due to the high number of foreclosures that continue to take place in today’s economy.  These homes are likely vacant, with covenant violations (weeds and other maintenance issues come to mind), and most likely, assessmentsGo to Resource
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