'Avengers: Endgame' star Jeremy Renner has revealed why he has no plans to ever watch the movie for a second time.
A juvenile was taken into custody after a threat was made to Watford City High School.
Q: I am fortunate enough to be a snowbird. We own a condo in Jacksonville, Florida. Our condo is in a development that was purchased by an investor/developer in the late 1980s. The developer improved the existing units, added several new buildings, sold some of the units and rented out the rest. We think the developer still controls a bit over 51% of the units.
Q: I recently found out that the master deed plan referenced on my title document shows the wrong unit number for my condo. I have tried approaching my neighbor to work on a title transfer swap, but they are unwilling to do a title swap. How can I fix my title document? My condo association lawyer is also unwilling to take on the fix.
Q: We have 12 units in our condo building, and each unit has its own garage. The association pays for the electricity for all of the garage units. What happens if someone purchases an electric car? Would that unit pay more because they’re using more electricity?
Q: Our condominium association was built about 50 years ago. Our development consists of six separate buildings. Each building is its own condominium plus one master association that governs all of the buildings.
Q: I have a question about your recent article about whether seniors should buy or rent property.
The second apartment fire in Bismarck this week displaced a family but resulted in no injuries.
Following the devastating collapse of the Surfside condominium building, many have been left anxious about the safety of their own condominium…
Q: I live in a building with six condos in Chicago. Recently, the hot water tank from my upstairs neighbor broke and water leaked from his unit into my unit. The upstairs neighbor contacted his insurance company and opened a claim for my damage.
The search continues at the site of the condominium collapse in Surfside, Florida. At least 94 people are dead and some 22 people are still mi…
The death toll in the collapse of a Miami-area condo building rose to 78 on Friday, a number the mayor called "heartbreaking" and "staggering"…
Rescue workers who have labored for 14 days to find survivors in the rubble of a collapsed condo building have shifted their efforts from rescue to recovery, signaling the effort to find survivors was all but over.
With the death toll at 27, more than 115 people remain unaccounted for. Rescuers resumed work after demolition crews brought down the last of the building Sunday night. Get the latest here.
After seeing news of the tragic, sudden collapse of the 40-year-old condominium building near Miami, my wife had all sorts of questions.
Harry Rosenberg, missing in the condo building collapse, moved to Florida after a year in which he lost his wife to cancer and both parents to COVID-19.