GSL Lets Cats out of the Bag (or Unit!) and Helps Clients Deal with Pet Hoarding

By Mary-Joy Howes, Esq.

Pet hoarding has become an increasingly messy problem for condominium associations.  It is important for associations to understand what their rights and remedies are – and how to enforce them in situations that threaten the well-being of the community’s health, safety, and property.

The following case in point involves cats, but many others have involved dogs: (more…)

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FHA Certification Now Easier for Condominiums

Goodman, Shapiro & Lombardi, LLC joins the Community Associations Institute (CAI) in applauding a recent decision by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) that will make is easier for more condominiums to be certified by FHA. The decision stipulates that condominiums providing bank-owned properties limited flexibility from transient leasing prohibitions are now eligible for FHA approval. (more…)

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New England Condominium July 2013

Owners, Trustees & Managers Fill the Aisles At the Fifth New England Condo Expo

New England Condominium’s Condo Expo was a beehive of activity on May 21, as thousands of community association board members, homeowners and industry professionals gathered at Boston’s Seaport World Trade Center. (more…)

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