Sample Property Illustration

Condominium Association Experiencing Budget Shortfall from Delinquent Unit Owners:

Please note that all associations differ in number of units and assessment amounts, therefore the financial situations of various condominium associations may differ greatly from the illustration. The following illustration is to be used to outline the general scenario of a typical condominium association in financial distress.


• The following Condominium Association contains 35 units and requires monthly assessments of $100.00 per unit, resulting in an operating budget of $63,000 per year.

This Association has 27 unit owners that are delinquent on their condo dues, ranging from 3 months to 6 months behind.


• In this scenario, the Association's annual operating budget will fall short $20,250, representing 32% in delinquent assessments.

• The Association is forced to operate on 2/3rds of its normal operating budget. Imagine trying to pay your bills and live life as normal if your wages were cut by a third. The Association faces insurance lapse, termination of utility service and the aesthetics of the Condominium Association begin to suffer as vendors such as landscape providers begin to withdraw service as payments begin to cease.

• The Association now finds itself in the awkward and exhausting position of the role of debt collector amongst friends and neighbors. Those who are current on their on their assessments begin to scrutinize those who are behind, blaming them for the pitfalls and decline of their once flourishing home, creating a hostile environment for all.

• Forced to borrow from underfunded reserves, reserve accounts become depleted, and with the current state of the economy, the Association is denied a loan large enough to cover their operating expenses. How will Florida Condominium Associations overcome the hardship of delinquent unit owners?

-Foreclosure Solutions Answer:

• Enter Foreclosure Solutions. Created with the intent of saving Florida Condominium Association from the brink of insolvency, Foreclosure Solutions provides immediate funding to Condominium Associations experiencing financial crisis, just like the association in the illustration.

• In this example scenario, Foreclosure Solutions would provide immediate funding of $16,200 (80% of assessments that are up to 6 months delinquent).

• Foreclosure Solutions assumes all collection efforts as well as the risk, and will subsequently pursue all debt collection from delinquent unit owners, with no hidden fees assessed to the Condominium Association.

• The Association now has the cash in hand needed to resume day to day operations, does not have to worry about having a lapse in insurance policies, utilities and vendors remain paid on time, and stress and costly process of collecting delinquent assessments is now out of the hands of the Board of Directors.

• End the trend of delinquent unit owners, and call Foreclosure Solutions today for a free consultation. You are only a call away from receiving the solution to your Association's financial crisis!

How it Works

As opposed to hiring an attorney and paying the legal fees that come along with filing liens and foreclosures and waiting the potential three years until the bank forecloses on a delinquent unit to recoup a small percentage of the past due assessments or even taking title to a delinquent unit and "playing Landlord" hoping to recoup your losses prior to the bank taking the unit back, hire Foreclosure Solutions. Essentially Foreclosure Solutions purchases the right to collect delinquent assessments from the Association and provides the Association instant cash in hand for the rights to collect on those particular accounts. Once an agreement is in place, Foreclosure Solutions aggressively pursues the collection of delinquent assessments from either the unit owner, a third party buyer and/or the bank that holds the principal mortgage.

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