Mediation a less costly way of solving condo issues

A condo owner upset that his upstairs neighbors installed wood floors despite the community's covenants that prohibit anything besides carpet isn't receiving support from his association to rectify the issue. Real estate attorney Ilyce Glink recommends condo owners with similar issues hire an attorney to research the CCRs and focus on mediation rather than taking their condo association or neighbors to court.

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