Q. In IL is a unit owner required to vote for everyone on the ballot, five listed five elected, or may one just check off who they want and leave blank who they do not wish to vote for?

A. Your association's bylaws should describe how voting is to be conducted.  In most cases, owners vote by

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What are reverse mortgages and can a condo owner qualify?

Q. I keep hearing about reverse mortgages. Would my condo qualify for a reverse mortgage and what are the benefits?

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Q. An owner in our building has a tenant who has a contract to purchase the unit on a "rent to own" basis. Since the tenant is not yet legally an owner, can she be responsible for voting on the board members or even serving on the board herself?