Monthly Archives: September 2014

WORLD-LEADING LUXURY : hotel resort in Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale Conrad Luxury Resort

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Florida’s Finest Preview in Montreal : Salon Quebec-Floride


Your second home by the beach in Florida with NO HASSLE

Do you want to have a wonderful second home in Fort Lauderdale, by the beach, without any hassle of taking care of it or renting it ?

Here is the solution for you : CONDO HOTEL

Conrad is a luxury hotel resort and offer a new place to enjoy Florida in Fort Lauderdale.

What is a condo hotel ? It is the most convenient way to own a place with NO hassle at all. You buy it, you can plan when you want to stay and when you’re not here, the hotel takes care of it. Of everything, drapery, furniture, linens, cleaning, renting, fixing, EVERYTHING.

There are 3 types of condo available, 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms. Pictures o them are coming soon.

The resort will be ready to welcome you in June 2015. Sales are already open and be ready to buy NOW. You will get 10% discount by the end of the year. And all monthly fees, taxes and other expenses are waived until the resort is ready next summer.

More information about this wonderful opportunity are coming soon.

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Exterior Porte Cochere Ocean View Brezza Restaurant

Has your Association updated its Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Sheet?

Many associations are not diligent in timely updating their Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Sheet (“FAQ”), which may be a violation of Florida law.  Rule 61B-23.002 of the Florida Administrative Code requires each condominium association to prepare and maintain the FAQ sheet and update same every 12 months.

The Department of Business and Professional Regulations (the “DBPR”) created DBPR Form CO 6000-4 which consists of 7 questions that must be answered relating to the following:

  • Unit owner voting rights;
  • Restrictions that pertain to the use of the unit;
  • Leasing restrictions;
  • The amount of assessments levied for each unit type;
  • Whether an owner is required to be a member of any other association and if so, how much are the assessments;
  • Whether payment of rent or land use fees for recreational or other community used facilities is required; and
  • Whether the association or other mandatory membership association is involved in any court cases in which it may face liability in excess of $100,000.

The answers to the above questions may be summarized but the answer must refer to identified portions of the condominium documents.

The FAQ sheet must be provided to prospective purchasers and sellers of a condominium unit in connection with the resale of a unit at no charge.

The FAQ sheet should be kept with the Association’s official records.  The Association’s legal counsel can assist with preparing the FAQ if an association so desires.

Jean Deglon gets your home sold

Jean Deglon gets your home sold

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Original article: Sun Sentinel, August 2014