We decided to chim in and see if the respective leaders where aware or even cared about the issues facing Maryland Common Interest Communities. So we asked the some direct questions and some general ones. So far neither of them have bothered to do more then claim some piric victory in a debate that didn't even touch on the fact that 3/4 of Maryland's homes are in jeopardy of going broke and bankrupt.
We have to ask--Who will emerge from Maryland leaders, either party, to start to take on a task that most of them been ducking or denying for yearsLet's take foreclosure.........Sure the easy thing to do is say stop them, if you don't know that most of those are in Condo's Single Family & Townhouse Associations. Now how are you going to help them keeps the lights on or the gas going when their master utility bills cannot be paid because past due assessments are at the all time high, let alone any other bills or budgeted obligations.
BTW Fannie/Feddy/Hud/Va and your underwriters. If you own guideline say that no more then 10 percent of owners can be past due in assessments and we know that many communities are 30-50 percent of owners not paying INCLUDING YA"LL how can you then allow the resale of these property when your the owners of them.
Is that even legal, let alone moral. We know the answer do they. BTW If your a resident of a common interest community and one of these campaigns calls, knocks or tweets to you ~ask them what's their plan for your community.
Here is r time line for this debate......