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I am in Pennsylvania. Currently we are under a property management service. We discussed assessing the other members for work that needs to be done to our building. We were turned down for a loan due to no collateral. This is why we're having an assessment. My question is how do you assess the other units their share of the portion that we are assessing them. I think all needs to pay equal amounts and not by the size of their units. I believe our by-laws state go by size. Can we set it up differently to have everyone pay equally? Work will be done to the building not their units. Any responses will be welcomed
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I live in a small condo development in PA which was built in 2007. The builder has not sold the majority of the units due to the economy, so they still have the majority of seats on the board. The builders hired a property management company that is incompetent and unprofessional. The management company ignores the homeowners and does not respond to phone or emails when we complain about the conditions in the community.
They are also mismanaging the finances - giving subcontracts to the builders in order to get them more money and giving homeowners bills for water and assessments that are not accurate. We have complained to the builders who are on the board but the situation has not improved with the management company. Is there a way to file a formal or legal complaint against the management company in the hopes of getting them replaced? Thanks for any help you can provide.
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