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I had a closing on my co-op, the attorneys at fisher stone we’re very efficient… At closing Lowrance Fisher was totally prepared, went over details again and I was done in an hour I would recommend fisher stone very highly.
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Frequently Asked Questions
If you’re unsure about which part of the development you would like help with, look through these frequently asked questions. If you still want guidance, you can schedule a free strategy session with one of our attorneys.
When developing, what is the “sources and uses” statement?fisherstonelaw12020-10-27T15:35:09-04:00
The sources and uses statement is the disclosure of who has sponsored the development and how their money is spent. These numbers must match so each sponsor can understand the flow of their money and can chart the development of the new property.
What power does a governing association hold?fisherstonelaw12020-10-27T15:34:21-04:00
The governing board is charged with maintaining the complex, through regular upkeep/ maintenance and regulating the property within the guidelines of the association. The governing board can also motion to adjust the condo fees, with approval from the owners or renters.
What are condo fees and when can I charge them?fisherstonelaw12020-10-27T15:33:45-04:00
Condo fees can also be called “maintenance fees” or “upkeep fees” and the fees are used for general upkeep, any maintenance done in the development, or upgrades to common areas. These fees can be charged at designated times, each complex differs. Fees can also be raised or lowered if the governing board and the owners agree.
An offering plan is the outline for all aspects of a development. The document is usually hundreds of pages detailing all the amenities, rules, and terms of the condominium and living as its tenant. Having an attorney eases the process of drafting regulations that benefit the development.