(See Appendix D) Project Status: Determine the current status of the project by performing a search of the Condominium Approval List in FHA Connection (FHAC) or Condominium List - Public Search Site.
NEW HAMPSHIRE CHAPTER 356-B CONDOMINIUM ACT I. General Principles Section 356-B:1 356-B:1 Short Title. - This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the ""Condominium Act''.
1 MARYLAND CONDOMINIUM ACT REAL PROPERTY ARTICLE TITLE 11 § 11-101. DEFINITIONS. (a) In general. - In this title the following words have the meanings indicated unless otherwise apparent context.
Click on the GO button next to Property Taxes by BBL to generate a Search page. c. Search by the condominium's BBL information or street address to generate the Select Property page. d.
ap April 2011 www.FreddieMac.com/learn/ Condominium Unit Mortgages - Project Analysis There are many layers of risk to consider when underwriting a ... Certification of Sales for owner occupancy information (from developer or HOA, if available) Public record search for records that ...
It is also not sufficient to rely upon the condominium's records (including the section 47(2) record) to identify the unit owners. Such records might not be accurate or complete. It is advisable to search title to the unit before serving a Notice of Lien to help ensure that all of the actual owners of ...
... Hall Drive #409 Management Company Wallace H. Campbell & Co. 6212 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212 410-435-4600 Fax: 410 323-5554 Contact: Tanis Gartmond Management Company Web site: www. whcampbell. com ~~~~~ 4750 - 4950 Dorsey Hall Drive Dorsey Hall, A Condominium ...
Condominium Projects in Florida, they are only eligible for sale to Freddie Mac if the project is approved through PERS. FHA-Approved Project Reviews Freddie Mac will purchase Mortgages secured by 1-unit residential dwellings in Condominium
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE This material can be made available for individuals with special needs. Please call the Senior Condominium Specialist at (808) 586-2644 to submit your request.
Section 131(2) of the Michigan Condominium Act states: [P]roperty taxes in any year in which the property existed as an established condominium project on the tax day shall be assessed against the individual condominium unit, notwithstanding any subsequent vacation of the condominium project.