Condominiums are a popular alternative to purchasing a stand-alone single-family house or commercial building. In Boston and throughout Massachusetts, homeowners and business owners alike enjoy the benefits of condominium ownership such as the use of common areas, the low-maintenance lifestyle and generally, the lower purchase prices in comparison to single-family dwellings.
In Boston, condominiums come in many forms, including:
- Single and duplex condos (detached)
- Low-rise buildings
- High-Rise buildings
- Residential condos
- Mixed-use condo properties
- Ownership of a boat slip (“Dockominium units”)
- Airspace units, including mobile homes
- Age-restricted condominiums, especially those designed for seniors
- Resort communities
- Master associations comprising constituent condominiums
- Commercial properties
The condominium law attorneys at Calabrese Law Associates represent owners of residential and commercial condominium units in Boston and throughout Massachusetts is a broad scope of condo law cases. Some of our most recent cases have involved homeowners’ association disputes, the preparation of condominium master deeds, issues concerning voting rights and the power of condominium association trustees in commercial condominium buildings used as office space. Condominium law matters are complex and require an in-depth understanding of Massachusetts condominium law, condo bylaws, and related trust documents, which is precisely why clients turn to Calabrese Law Associates to handle their condominium law matters.
Each condominium issue and dispute also has its unique needs. Even neighbors with a similar issue may have very different interests and legal needs. When looking for a resolution to your case, ensure you have legal representation recognizing your distinctive needs and concerns within your condominium community.
Types of Condominium Law Issues Common in Boston and Massachusetts
While owning a condo can be a good investment and a great way to make use of the real estate market in Boston, issues can arise, including:
- Lien issues
- Illegal pet violations
- Disputes with homeowners’ associations
- Alleged violations of rules and regulations
- Restoration Issues
- Parking disputes
- Land use and development disputes
- Civil litigation
- Insurance disputes
- Nonpayment and collection issues
- Tax abatements
- Municipal or health complaints
- Construction contracts and disputes
- Environmental and zoning issues
- Recalls and material failures
- Disputes concerning condo association voting rights
Handling a Condo Dispute in Boston and Massachusetts
If you’re a unit owner, developer or other party having a challenge with a condo law legal matter, you’ll want to contact a condominium law attorney in Boston, Massachusetts. Condominium law in Massachusetts is complex and subject to change by court decisions and related regulations. The condo law attorneys at Calabrese Law Associates provide clients with the perfect balance of strong in court advocacy as well as practical solutions to condominium law matters before disputes arise. Our firm takes the time to understand the issues effecting our clients’ condo law claim in order to provide them with legal counsel that achieves positive results.
If you’re looking for a condo law attorney in Boston, Massachusetts, contact Calabrese Law Associates. Our attorneys focus on real estate law, transactional law and condominium law. We have helped many unit owners, developers, contractors and other parties resolve contract disputes, construction disputes, condominium disputes and other issues.
Whether you need help understanding your rights, need someone to represent your interests or need help resolving a difference of opinion over a contract, contact us for a free consultation. Our attorneys are dedicated to our clients, and we work hard to resolve cases on behalf of clients just like you.
Condo law disputes are often difficult because they involve parties you may see every day or associations you may count on in order to complete repairs in or near your home. Working with our condo law dispute attorneys reduces the stress on you and ensures you don’t directly have to engage in disagreement or disputes with your neighbors, developers, contractors or homeowners’ association. Instead, we take on the burden and handle the situation for you on your behalf.