Why isn't the following info listed for Condos and Coops? 1) Monthly Maintenance Fees... 2) Name of the building management company.

Asked by Terri, 11415 Thu May 26, 2011

3) Amount of Units in the complex.

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Ben Anton, Agent, Fitchburg, MA
Thu Jun 2, 2011
The management of the condo association is disclosed on the condo addendum to the real estate condition report. It will state if the association is self managed or if and who they have hired. The condition report and addenda are almost always available on-line in advance of an offer from a listing or buyers agent.
Web Reference:  http://www.benanton.com
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Jon and Donna…, Agent, Middleton, WI
Thu Sep 22, 2011
Hi Terry,

If you are working with a professional realtor this information should be easily found.....Many times when you google a condo assoc. the mgmt company will be named and contact info offered. If you have a condo application that does not offer maint fees and/or managemt company then you may be dealing with a very small application ..... perhaps the owner handling maint and management. All in all, I would not purchase anything without thoroughly inspecting all docs/fees/revenues and expenses.

Donna Birschbach
The Birschbach Team
Keller Williams- West
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Irisheyes3, Home Buyer, Williams Bay, WI
Mon Aug 22, 2011
very good question, and should be mandatory to include in the listing.
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Nina Kraus, Agent, Glendale, WI
Thu May 26, 2011
Condo fees are listed on the MLS sheet. Other info is usually on an addendum to the listing which is the information on the condo and the condo association.
Web Reference:  http://www.kraushouses.com
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Dave Mies, Agent, Middleton, WI
Thu May 26, 2011
Monthly fees and # of units are on MLS sheets(should be I should say). The Mgt. company is typically not broadcast, some are internal, but can always be learned by a call to any Realtor. Some condos have a webpage w/ the information as well. Wisconsinhomes .com is one resource with the information.
Dave Mies
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