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David O'Kelly

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Any Questions about Real Estate in the "Treasure Coast Area" of Florida...this would be Ft. Pierce, Port Saint Lucie, Jensen Beach, Stuart, Palm City and Hobe Sound.

Howard Klahr

U.S.
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Questions related to all types of real estate - residential/commercial/investment. I am a licensed real estate broker and certified general real estate appraiser based in southeast Florida. Also very familiar with condominium and home owner association issues. FHA approved Company web site - www.easthillvaluation.com

Steve Schiffer

U.S.
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Questions about buying, selling, renting or investing in residential and small commercial real estate.

STUART F

U.S.
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The kind of questions l can answer has to do with condominium rules and condo living, condo regulations and condo law. In the state of Florida ONLY. I can address most questions since there is only one stead fast rule for condominium law which is called rule 718 for the state of Florida. I can quote the law, give examples and recommendations. I also have at my disposal access to lawyers who pratice condo law for technical questions that l am not able to answer Without knowing if an association has made changes to their documents which these changes are called amendments l can only generalize what the law says. I can also advise how to deal with Property Managment Companys that manage your condo assoc. What the wording in the contract you need to have with them should cover, the kind of services you should expect them to do for your community. I can answer questions about condo budgets. I have experienced almost every situation you can think of over the years. Also to sum this up l can answer almost any question that has to do with running a condo, dealing with condo owners, and many many more .....

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2014-06-17 Homeowners association changes rules:

You are Gradfatheted in.  If a condo board makes up a new rule it has to be in your documents.  I will say this.  If your documents say you can not have it then the board is right.  But if the condo documents

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