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What should HOA do about delinquent owner?

What restrictions, including limited common area property (parking pad) can be enforced on a condo owner who is more than 90 days in arrears in monthly condo fees and has a foreclosure lien on the condo?

Can condo board play favors with fee relief for certain owners?

Can a board give 2 or 3 months free association fees to a delinquent co-owners without giving the same to all co-owners?

Owners refusing to pay assessment to bring condo building up to date

I live in Illinois and am on the board for our association. We took over a mess from the previous people and owe several thousand dollars. The heat and hot water are common in the assessments. We voted to have a special assessment to bring things up to date we have 30 units - 5 in foreclosure. 16 people have paid or are making the arrangements and 9 have not responded. We spoke to some of them who basically said they are not going to pay. What action can we take or who should we contact in our state.

Can condo association take over delinquent owner's unit?

Recently purchased a condo at the Jersey Shore. Have since been elected to the board. An owner is months behind on his HOA fees and has rented his unit. Can we as an association legally collect rent from his tenants. Water and sewer are included in HOA fees can we shut off his water?

Condo owner needs to pay mortgage and all association expenses

I am living in a condo two bedroom where I pay a mortgage.  The association raised the maintenance fee a few months ago. Now they want all owners to pay assessment fee for fixing roof and parking lot. Should home owners pay that fee?


Can delinquent homeowner be elected to HOA board?

Can a Homeowner run for the Board of Directors if that homeowner is more than 90 days delinquent in his monthly dues.


Our HOA's moving fee is $500.  What's yours?

My HOA has raised the move-in fee to $500 dollars. I sat on the board for 5 years and the fee was $250. As soon as I left and started renting my place, they moved the fee to $500. Never once while on the board did a damage report come in that needed our attention. It seems to me to be a way to try and get rid of folks who rent. What is the law on this matter.

Condo association has problems collecting fees

We have many delinquent payees in our complex which has forced our fees to go higher year after year. Is there any recourse for the residents who do pay on time and then are forced to pay higher and higher fees for the delinquent residents? Our association attempts to collect from the delinquents but we end up having to pay for them which doesn't seem right. Is there anything we can do?


How to best handle HOA delinquencies?

We have 8 owners who are delinquent in paying a special assessment of about $450, and one of these owners has been able to avoid paying the $30 late fee on his monthly dues in the past. What can your group do to help us with both of these situations?


Getting creative about reducing condo fees

We are soon going to be residents of a large development over 1,000 units and a mall with grocery and many other stores are being built across the street here in Wisconsin. Many stores will pay groups a percentage of purchases for patronizing their business. Could this work in Florida for condo fees? Possibly also auto, hair, restaurants,etc.. Are there any other ideas for reducing fees by group purchases? Possibly fundraisers? or other ways to generate revenue?

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