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Wed Nov 7, 2012
Richard Shapiro answered:
The home owners association. Sometimes though, the owners take care of each side. It would be best to discuss with your neighbor. Might also be a good time to brush up on your condo docs. ... more
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Wed Aug 31, 2011
David Kres answered:
Essex Management Group
50 Washington Street
Haverhill, MA 01831
(978) 373-3024
http://www.essexmanagementgroup.com/essex/outside_home.asp

Shawmut Property Management
200 Merrimack Street
Haverhill, MA 01830
(800) 303-4030
http://www.shawmutpropertymanagement.com/

Good luck!
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Fri Dec 5, 2008
NonRealtor answered:
Hi Steve,
Try to look on the bright side. You and your new bride can enjoy the condo for many years to come. You like the condo--that's why you bought it, right? Try not to look at the bigger, nicer houses that are cheaper than your condo. Good Luck ... more
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Mon Aug 25, 2008
Will Nesbitt answered:
I wish I had an easy answer for you but I don't. The reason you can't find a loan is not because you're too small, but rather because you have no real collateral. If the condo association doesn't pay it's loan, the lender is left holding the bag. You cannot ignore the issues that face you as they will just degrade your already tenuous equity situation. I urge you to find and pay a property manager. I suspect you got into this situation by cutting corners and by not paying a property manager. In the end, even if you self-manage, there is only one way out: you will have pass a special assessment and or have a condo fee increase. ... more
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