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Real Estate Corner: Why a lender might refuse financing for a condominium
• Fifteen percent or more of the unit owners running 30 days or more in arrears on the payment of their monthly or quarterly association fees. That can indicate a development that may be headed for financial trouble.
• Another major problem seen most often in coastal or resort areas is a policy that allows for units in the development to be rented on a short-term basis multiple times during the course of the year. This has a negative impact on owners who live at the property due to the transient nature of a development where renters are constantly coming and going, similar to a hotel.
Barbara Cunningham is a member of the Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of Realtors. This information has been provided by the Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of Realtors in conjunction with the New Hampshire Union Leader’s Advertising Department. Readers with questions about the content, or who wish to pose a question for a column, can contact the realty board at 166 S. River Road, Bedford, N.H. 03110 or email: email@example.com.
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Home & Garden
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Home & Garden
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