Quick Reminders: Homeowner’s Responsibility

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Whether you agree or not, to live in a condominium is one of the top options for most homebuyers. For some, living in a condo BGC is a fulfillment of their dream. Of course, who wouldn’t, when you got to live a life where everyone dreams of it? Whatever your status in life may be; single, professional, starting couples, retirees, and even extended families, condos are very much willing to welcome you all. Living in a condo is a privilege since not all of the people can afford such property.

When you live in a condo, you have to expect that you will meet different homeowners with different personalities. There will be times that you can meet a kind and friendly homeowner, and you can also meet homeowners with an opposite attitude. Well, as a homeowner, you have to deal with these personalities, since we all have our lifestyles with diverse backgrounds.  Although you may have the rights as a homeowner, however, there will always be some limitations that you need to know and abide.

One way or another, condo management doesn’t care about what kind of family background you have, for as long as you have to abide their condo rules and regulations. And it is one of your responsibilities as a homeowner. Of course, not just that! Below are some of the policies you need to follow  to have a peaceful environment.

  • Rules are rules, period!

Sometimes, there are condo rules that are to our disadvantage. Perhaps, we cannot do the things that we want to do, since it is not allowed in the condo premises. Well, you don’t have a choice but to follow the rules. Condo rules won’t consider people who violate it. Well, that unless, if it was unintentionally done and if you have a very valid reason. However, it will always depend on the condo management’s judgment. If you don’t want any trouble, then follow the rules.

  • Do pay your association dues on time

Did we experience being broke at times, right? We all do because there are a lot of expenses and bills to pay. Yes, you have a lot of financial responsibilities aside from the condo that you have, however, it is not a valid reason why you cannot pay your monthly dues on time. Well, it is a must for you to set aside a budget that is intended for the payment of your condo unit.

  • Do be considerate of your fellow condo tenant

As a homeowner, you always have to remember that other homeowners also live in the vicinity of the condo. Yes, you may have the right to do anything you want to do since you are one of the homeowners. However, it doesn’t mean that you can already intrude the privacy of your neighbors. If you want to do something, you have to think first whether what you will do can disturb your neighbors or not. And yes, this might sound like a “KJ”, this is one of the many ways you can live a healthy and satisfying life without causing any troubles.

  • Do remember that the building personnel or security are not your slaves

If you want to be respected as a homeowner, then you have to give respect to all the staff who are working on the condo as well. Remember, they are working for the company and not specifically for you. So, if you have anything you need, you have to request and ask them politely. With that, they will be very much willing to offer you a hand, rather than being rude to them. And it is a no-no thing to do if you don’t want they will gossip behind your back.

Some of us may not like the idea of following some condo rules and regulations. However, thanks to their rules that you can live a peaceful life while enjoying living in a condominium.

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