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Property Q&A in 22315 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Oct 31, 2016
Angelica P answered:

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Mon May 19, 2014
egnom46 asked:
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Sun Nov 8, 2009
Delaine Campbell answered:
Damage to one condo can lead to damage to another. The Association should be helpful in forwarding the info to the owner by phone and for sure by mail. I would contact the Head of the Association, as stated below, and explain the sitatuion and ask him/her to find out the contact info from the management company and to make the call for you on the behalf of the homeowners association. You can also go to a Board Meeting. They are held monthly and bring this to the attention of the board and get help there. Also, call the management company and speak to someone in charge. Explain the situation and ask him/her to contact the owner on your behalf. However, keep in mind the owner certainly doesn't have to contact you or respond to you. So you may need to have an attorney write a letter for you. ... more
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Thu Oct 16, 2008
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This 10 year old home is banked owned. There were no pictures (except exterior) provided any time this property has been listed (sale or rent). I'm attempting to find out more, but in the meantime, if you would like some assistance please feel free to contact me. Regards - Carol ... more
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