IF YOUR ASSOCIATION IS GETTING CLOSE TO THE 10 YEAR MARK, IT MAY BE TIME TO SERIOURSLY CONSIDER ITS LONG TERM COST OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.Posted on by dev
The worst thing a homeowner association can do is assume that because they have not observed any construction defects on their property, that none exist. Serious defects commonly remain undetected until after the statute of limitations for seeking compensation from the builder has expired.
In which case, the property owners will have no choice but to pay for the repairs on their own. Special assessments are usually required to fix the defects; which causes a variety of disputes between the homeowner association and its members.
Your homeowner association clients need to know whether construction defects exist before the statute of limitations expires. The Law Offices of Michael A. Hearn can help. We will provide your clients with a complimentary property assessment that will enable them to make informed decisions about their property before it is too late
Our complimentary property assessment includes the following: an inspection of the property, a report that will identify the observed defects (if any), an assessment of the legal options, and an approximate cost of repair. Since the report is prepared by an attorney, it is generally privileged and non-discoverable.
Our complimentary property assessment will assist your homeowner association clients in determining how to budget for future repairs and whether they can afford to make repairs without obtaining compensation from the builder.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Law Offices of Michael A. Hearn to schedule a complimentary property assessment.