Lakeshore Village Inc

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I was interested in perhaps making an offer on a two bedroom unit. But, after reading the negative review, I have had second thoughts. Whatever the issues are, somebody needs to make them crystal clear before I commit to even considering such a decision. The allegations made are extremely serious and I am very concerned as a potential home buyer. I sincerely hope that honesty trumps the profit motive in this case. Somebody needs to be absolutely honest and forthcoming regarding the issues raised by the posted negative review. I know of no sane person who would expect any less.

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I was interested in perhaps making an offer on a two bedroom unit. But, after reading the negative review, I have had second thoughts. Whatever the issues are, somebody needs to make them crystal clear before I commit to even considering such a decision. The allegations made are extremely serious and I am very concerned as a potential home buyer. I sincerely hope that honesty trumps the profit motive in this case. Somebody needs to be absolutely honest and forthcoming regarding the issues raised by the posted negative review. I know of no sane person who would expect any less.

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This is in response to "MissGayle".

I have lived in Lakeshore Village for 8 years. I could not ask for a better place to live. Friendly neightbors,approachable Board and a first rate management company that came on board in September.

I cannot believe that someone who "claims" to have a degree in architecure did not check out her unit before she bought it also checked out the zoning.
Since 2000, homeowners have been responcible for the interior of their units. Maybe she should have asked for a current set of the Rules and Regulations, as they have changed since 1972.

"The Village" keeps up the common areas, the club house, the pool (located on the lake) the lakeshore, mows the grass, trims the bushes and trees and provides garbage pick up.

As with any home anyone buys, there can be hidden problems. That is why I suggest a home inspection.

It sound like 'Miss Gayle" was looking for a "handout" and did not get her wish.

We have very good insurance, that covers the outside of your house in case of fire, water damage, slip and fall and the usual things associated with townhome ownership. Our insurance company is local and has always been very helpful.

We have had no assessments since I have lived here, so, I not sure where that is coming from.

It is a quiet and serene area that offers old trees and contains 16 acres. It dead ends into the Island, so we have little traffic.

Anyone who might be looking for hassle free living in a townhouse setting with great and caring neighbors should consider Lakeshore Village.
Diana Lane (one of the "Village People".

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This is in response to "MissGayle".

I have lived in Lakeshore Village for 8 years. I could not ask for a better place to live. Friendly neightbors,approachable Board and a first rate management company that came on board in September.

I cannot believe that someone who "claims" to have a degree in architecure did not check out her unit before she bought it also checked out the zoning.
Since 2000, homeowners have been responcible for the interior of their units. Maybe she should have asked for a current set of the Rules and Regulations, as they have changed since 1972.

"The Village" keeps up the common areas, the club house, the pool (located on the lake) the lakeshore, mows the grass, trims the bushes and trees and provides garbage pick up.

As with any home anyone buys, there can be hidden problems. That is why I suggest a home inspection.

It sound like 'Miss Gayle" was looking for a "handout" and did not get her wish.

We have very good insurance, that covers the outside of your house in case of fire, water damage, slip and fall and the usual things associated with townhome ownership. Our insurance company is local and has always been very helpful.

We have had no assessments since I have lived here, so, I not sure where that is coming from.

It is a quiet and serene area that offers old trees and contains 16 acres. It dead ends into the Island, so we have little traffic.

Anyone who might be looking for hassle free living in a townhouse setting with great and caring neighbors should consider Lakeshore Village.
Diana Lane (one of the "Village People".

Pros: One of Best Places to Live

Cons: None

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I have lived here for 3 years, have a degree in architecture, served my internship at the local office of planning, and we bought this home because the Homeowner's Association (Incorporated) was supposed to take care of all exterior maintenance and repairs. The materials they use are junk, the contractors they hire are only the cheapest and least experienced, the insurance they carry on the exteriors apparently covers little or nothing since Nationwide dropped them for failure to correct maintenance problems, and standing water, black mold and decomposing plywood siding damage is widespread - they just collect for a painting fund to regularly cover up the mismanaged maintenance. There are several units for sale, mostly by people who have gotten fed up with the Board of the Association, which is far more interested in deflecting liability from themselves than they are in actually solving any problems. The CCR falsely states in Article IX section 1 that these properties are Single Family Residential in order to attempt to avoid being held legally liable for repairs and maintenance, but in fact the entire development is zoned R4, mult- family residential, just like any other condominium or apartment complex where the exterior is clearly the responsibility of the Corporation and not the individual interior unit owners. Now they have entirely given up any pretext of doing maintenance and repairs and are assessing the unit owners for all exterior repairs to the buildings. Since the materials they require are crud, you can be assured that you will have thousands of dollars in repairs every 3-5 years if you buy one of these units. There are also several lawsuits ongoing which will likely require assessments in the thousands of dollars for each unit owner in order to meet the court ordered judgments. For your own sanity and financial future, I urge everyone to avoid this place like the plague, and don't believe the Realtor if they say otherwise.

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I have lived here for 3 years, have a degree in architecture, served my internship at the local office of planning, and we bought this home because the Homeowner's Association (Incorporated) was supposed to take care of all exterior maintenance and repairs. The materials they use are junk, the contractors they hire are only the cheapest and least experienced, the insurance they carry on the exteriors apparently covers little or nothing since Nationwide dropped them for failure to correct maintenance problems, and standing water, black mold and decomposing plywood siding damage is widespread - they just collect for a painting fund to regularly cover up the mismanaged maintenance. There are several units for sale, mostly by people who have gotten fed up with the Board of the Association, which is far more interested in deflecting liability from themselves than they are in actually solving any problems. The CCR falsely states in Article IX section 1 that these properties are Single Family Residential in order to attempt to avoid being held legally liable for repairs and maintenance, but in fact the entire development is zoned R4, mult- family residential, just like any other condominium or apartment complex where the exterior is clearly the responsibility of the Corporation and not the individual interior unit owners. Now they have entirely given up any pretext of doing maintenance and repairs and are assessing the unit owners for all exterior repairs to the buildings. Since the materials they require are crud, you can be assured that you will have thousands of dollars in repairs every 3-5 years if you buy one of these units. There are also several lawsuits ongoing which will likely require assessments in the thousands of dollars for each unit owner in order to meet the court ordered judgments. For your own sanity and financial future, I urge everyone to avoid this place like the plague, and don't believe the Realtor if they say otherwise.

Pros: Cheap fixer upppers.

Cons: Will be fixing them forever.

 

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