Attorney Charlie Perkins is concerned about the affects on property owners and has forwarded an update from the Community Associations Institute’s Advocacy Blog. They begin:
The partial government shutdown impacts several federal agencies and programs important to community associations. Homeowners and buyers, board members, community managers, attorneys, and other business partners may notice delays in condominium loan certification, flood insurance policy changes, drone licensing approvals, and more. More than 90 percent of HUD staff are furloughed, halting or slowing a number of HUD functions, including condominium project certification approvals and renewals. When the shutdown ends, a delay in processing may be expected due to a backlog.
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