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									          <ASSOC NAME> CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
                  RULES AND REGULATIONS

INTRODUCTION
Condominium living requires the observance of Rules and Regulations so that each resident will
be able to enjoy the maximum benefits of his/her home, without interfering with the rights of
others to enjoy theirs.

This document lists the Rules and Regulations for the properties of <Assoc Name> as adopted by
the Board of Directors (the Board) for all persons living there and their guests. Many of the
Rules and Regulations are included in the Declaration of Condominium Ownership which is
recorded against your unit and governs the use of your unit.

All legal owners of units are automatically members of the <Assoc Name>. When the term
“Association” is used in this document, it refers to the collective owners of <Assoc Name>
properties.

These Rules and Regulations are to be used in conjunction with the State of Illinois
Condominium Property Act, Cook County and City of Chicago zoning regulations, and the
<Assoc Name> Declaration of Condominium Ownership. The <Assoc Name> Board of
Directors reserve the right of interpretation of this document.

RESPONSIBILITY OF UNIT OWNERS
Each unit owner is responsible, upon receipt of this document, to return the attached form to the
Management Company. The requested information must be completed in its entirety. Return of
this form will be considered your acknowledgement that you have been notified of the Rules,
Regulations, and Policies of <Assoc Name>. Unit owners are further responsible for keeping this
information up to date and are required to notify the Management Company of any changes to
this information.
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<Assoc Name> - RESIDENT INFORMATION

MANAGEMENT COMPANY
<Assoc Name> employs
Connected Property Management to manage the building and supervise personnel.

Connected Property Management
3047 N Lincoln Ave Suite #400
Chicago, IL 60657
P: (888) 633-8276
F: (773) 913-2579
support@connectedmanagement.com

BOARD MEMBERS
Board of Directors is as follows:
.....President
.....Secretary
.....Treasurer

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS/DECLARATIONS & BYLAWS
Financial statements and budgets are available from the Management Company for no fee.

INSURANCE INFORMATION
1) <Assoc Name> - Insurance Company
The <Assoc Name> have insurance coverage for all common elements of the building. This
includes fire and other damage coverage, and liability
insurance. Each unit owner is responsible for securing appropriate insurance coverage for his/her
unit and property. For Certificate of insurance, please call:

Insurance Provider & Contact Information

2) Owner Insurance
Homeowners are required to get homeowners insurance. It is important that you have insurance
not only for your personal belongings, but to protect your liability for any damage to another unit
caused by something in your unit. Contact the Association‟s insurance company to find out what
the association covers and what your coverage needs to include. Proof of insurance must be
forwarded to the management company to keep on file.

RULES AND REGULATIONS
Many of the rules and policies are contained in the Declaration of Condominium Ownership,
which is automatically accepted by each owner upon purchase of a living unit. Each owner


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should have a copy of the Declaration. Should the Association vote to amend the Declaration, a
copy of the amended section(s) will be provided to each owner.

A. Common Element Use And Maintenance
Common areas are defined in these rules as all portions of the common elements that are
customarily used jointly by unit owners, tenants, and their guests.

Owners and Tenants must be responsible for keeping all common areas litter free and in good
operating order. Report any maintenance problems to Connected Property Management.

1) Signs, awnings, satellite dishes, alarms, or other objects are prohibited from being
displayed from or attached to walls, doors, or windows. This includes real estate signs,
rental signs, open house notices, etc. Any alteration in appearance or operation of
common elements is prohibited without the approval of the Board.

2) Residents are financially responsible for any damages they or their guests cause. Any
expense resulting from common element damage caused by a resident, their guests, or a
tenant will be charged to the resident or unit owner.

3) Smoking or consumption of food and alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages will also not be
permitted in the interior common elements of the building.

4) Radio playing or playing of musical instruments will not be permitted in the common
areas.

5) Grills may be operated in the back area only. No grilling is allowed on the
walkways or in the front of the building.

6) Any items or substances willfully thrown, dropped, or spilled from any deck or balcony
which causes damage to any common element will result in a $100 fine. Any damage
incurred will be assessed to the unit owner.

7) A placard is provided in the common areas to hold important updates to unit owners.
This placard is not to be used by unit owners.

8) Access to the roof, except in the case of a building emergency, is prohibited without the
prior approval of the Board. Access for repairs and servicing of air conditioning and
ventilations units is permitted but must be cleared in advance (minimum 3 days notice)
through the Management Company office. Damages to the roof surface, structure or
equipment caused by repairmen, tenants, guests or owner(s) are the sole responsibility of
the unit owner(s), who will be billed accordingly. Unauthorized access will result in a


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$200 fine.

9) Owners are required to comply with City and State regulations and laws pertaining to
limited common elements including, but not limited to: balconies, and storage areas.
Failure to comply will result in a $50 fine per incident. Civil fines assessed by any
governing agency (i.e. City of Chicago) to the Association as a result of a unit owner(s)
violation will be the sole responsibility of the unit owner(s).

10) No items are stored on the rear stairways. This creates a fire hazard and could hinder quick
evacuation in the case of an emergency. Items found on the front or rear stairways will result in a
$100 fine.

An example of new rule #9: if you have planters hanging on the outside of your balcony
rail and a City inspector levies a fine against the properties of <Assoc Name> for that code
violation, the fine will be passed along to you for payment in addition to the $50 association
imposed fine.

B. Assessment Billing / Payment Procedures
All assessments are due on the first of the month. You are responsible for making your payment
on time whether or not you received your statement, which will be sent to you by email, only if
you have a valid email address on file with the management company. Payments are to be mailed
to Connected Property Management at the address listed above. Checks are to be made payable
to <Assoc Name>. The management company also allows Epayments, both one-time and
recurring, which you can configure and maintain online.

**Detail Late Fee Rules Here

Assessment statements will include any additional charges such as special assessments, unit
repairs, late charges, fines, etc. and will be sent via email on the first of the calendar month. You
must supply the management company with a valid email address to receive a monthly
statement. Statements will not be sent via mail.

C. Fines
Under the terms of the Declaration and By-laws of the properties of <Assoc Name>, and the
Illinois Condominium Property Act, the Board of Directors has the authority to establish a series
of fines for violations of the rules of the Association.

Violations of any regulations, disturbances, and complaints will be reported in writing signed by
the witness to the management company and verified by the Board. Thereafter, the Board or
management company will send notice of the violation and the date for hearing within fourteen
(14) days of receipt and verification of the complaint for violation. Failure of the unit owner to


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appear at such hearing, without providing notice to reschedule, shall constitute a waiver of such
right to a hearing and such violation shall be deemed admitted. There is no statute of limitations
on the ability for the board to assign fines for rule violations. At the discretion of the Board,
violations are subject to a fine in an amount set by the Board unless otherwise set forth in these
Rules and Regulations or in the Fine Schedule below. Failure to pay fines within 60 days will
result in the filing of a lien and may result in collection proceedings. Items that have been
reviewed by the Board and are deemed non-compliant with Declaration, By-Laws, and Rules and
Regulations will incur a $15/day fine until compliant.

FINE SCHEDULE
Any item thrown, dropped or spilled from a window or balcony. $100
Assessment late fee. (Standard assessment and special assessment) $50
Items left on the front or rear stairway. $100
Unauthorized roof access $200
Signs, awnings, satellite dishes, alarms, or other objects erected/installed without board approval.
$100
Smoking in the common areas. $50
Loud noise, disturbances or obnoxious or offensive behavior. $100
Failure to clean up after your pet in common areas. $50
Littering in any common area including rear and front of building. $50

D. Violations Policy and Procedure
1) In accordance with Section 18.4(l) of the Illinois Condominium Property Act, if someone
is believed to be in violation of any of the provisions of the Declaration and By-Laws or
Rules and Regulations, a signed, written complaint must be submitted by an Owner, the
property manager, a resident or a member of the Board of Directors. A written complaint
form prescribed by the Board shall be sent to the manager. Owners are responsible for
the conduct of all residents, guests and pets occupying or visiting their unit.

2) The person charged with the violation will be given written notice of the complaint,
informing him of the alleged violation and (1) will be given a warning not to repeat the
conduct alleged or (2) of a time and place where the Board of Directors or its duly
authorized committee will conduct a hearing to review the complaint.

3) At the hearing, they will have the opportunity to present a defense and respond to
accusations. All hearings will proceed with or without the presence of the accused owner, so
long as notice has been sent in advance. The findings of the hearing will be
submitted to the Board of Directors, for disposition at its next regularly scheduled
meeting.

4) The hearing will proceed based upon witness complaints and/or witness testimony. The


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Board/Committee will weigh all evidence prior to rendering a finding. All hearings shall
be closed.

5) If any resident is found guilty of a violation, the Board will notify the guilty party in
writing and a fine may be charged to the assessment account of the Owner of the unit in
which the guilty person resides and collected with the monthly assessments.

6) There will be a fine for such violation in accordance with the Fine Schedule as set forth
under Section C herein. Further, continuing violations may incur a daily fine of up to
$25.00 per day at the discretion of the Board.

7) In the event of any violation of the Rules and Regulations, Declaration or By-Laws of the
Association, the Board reserves the right to pursue any and all legal remedies to compel
enforcement, legal and equitable. Any and all costs and attorneys‟ fees shall be assessed
back to the account of the offending Owner at the time they are incurred.

E. Complaints / Suggestions
Residents are requested to first attempt to resolve problems directly with their neighbor or the
offending party. If a unit owner experiences noise or other difficulties with another owner or
renter, he/she should first bring it to the attention of the owner. If these attempts are
unsuccessful, the problem should be reported to the Management Company. The complaint will
be reviewed by the Board of Directors and the appropriate action will be taken.

F. Noise
When living in a condominium, there are certain changes one must make in order to be
considerate of one‟s neighbors. Sound transmission from one unit to another is a problem in a
building of this nature. Residents should be reminded that everyone has different schedules and
lifestyles. So that everyone may enjoy his/her time at home, listed below are reasonable
measures that can be taken to keep noise levels down.
1) Remove your shoes; use area rugs.
2) Do not put stereo speakers directly on the floor; use less bass. Use headphones if you
like your music loud.
3) Work involving pounding, drilling, etc. must be done between the hours of 9:00 a.m. -
7:00 p.m. weekdays, 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. weekends. Please use good judgment and be
considerate of your neighbors when operating loud cleaning devices.
4) Moving of unit contents, furniture, appliances etc., must be done between the hours of
9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. weekdays, 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. weekends. The items must be
taken through the back door/gate.
5) If you are planning a party or having a large group in your unit, please notify your
adjacent neighbors including those above and below ahead of time. Be sure to ask your
guests to keep noise levels down.


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6) Prolonged, excessive noise will not be tolerated at any time.

G. Pets
Residents are required to have their pets on a leash at all time in the common areas.
As unit owners we all share in the quality of living and value of
this building so we ask for your cooperation. If these rules are not observed fines will be levied
on the unit owner where the pet resides as determined by the Board of Directors.

H. Garbage Disposal
1) Garbage may be disposed of in the garbage bin at the rear of the property. No trash is to
be left in the common areas.
2) Live Christmas trees or other plants that shed needles/leaves or otherwise dirty the
common areas must be appropriately wrapped or bagged prior to transport. Any
droppings left in the common areas must be cleaned up immediately thereafter.
3) Refuse must not be dropped out windows or off balconies. This includes cigar and
cigarette butts.

I. Security
Total building security is only as strong as its weakest link. DO NOT BE A WEAK LINK FOR
OUR ASSOCIATION. Residents shall exercise their best efforts to insure the security and safety
of the building and their co-residents. Remember! This building is home to you and many other
people.

As an owner or renter you are responsible for adhering to the following cautionary measures:

1) Do not admit strangers into the building or allow them to enter the building behind you.
Persons not able to present an entrance door key are to be requested to wait to be buzzed
into the building by the person they are visiting.

2) Residents shall verify the identity of the person buzzing on their intercoms before
allowing them to enter.

3) Building keys should not be given to repairmen, workmen, part-time domestic help, or
others who do not live in the building. If you are not going to be home to admit them,
make arrangements with a neighbor to give them access.

4) All common element doors to the exterior of the building must remain closed and locked at all
times. These include the lobby door, gates, and back door.

5) Residents are to make certain doors lock firmly behind them when entering or exiting the
building. If a common element lock is broken or missing, inform the Management


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Company immediately.

6) Suspicious activities or prolonged nuisances are prohibited in common areas and should
be reported to the Management Company, the Board, or the Chicago Police Department.

J. Deliveries
All large deliveries such as furniture, appliances, construction materials, large plants including
Christmas trees, or any item, which exceeds the dimensions of roughly 2‟ x2 „x2‟, must be
brought in through the rear stairway. Each unit owner is responsible for the cost of repair for
damages incurred by delivery people. Deliveries of appliances or furniture must be scheduled
with the management office. Failure to comply will result in a fine.

K. Hallways And Stairwells
Residents are reminded that the City of Chicago fire code requires that all hallways and stairway
areas be kept free of all stored items and debris. Shoes, boots, strollers, etc. are not to be kept in
the halls. All clutter, including doormats, are to be removed and placed inside the owner‟s unit. It
is necessary that these areas be kept safe and clutter-free so as not to hinder carpet cleaning,
move-in/out activities, or emergency procedures. The Board of Directors will remove any such
articles after written notice to the owner has not effected its removal. Cost of removal will be
charged to the unit owner. The rear stairwell on the lower level allows for some storage beneath
the stairs, since this area is out of the way and does not cause any issues with fire codes.

L. Storage Lockers (If applicable)
Each unit has been provided a storage locker in the basement storage area. Unit owners are
responsible for securing their own lockers. Nothing is to be left outside the locker. Any items
found outside the lockers will be removed by maintenance. The Association is not
responsibility for damage or loss of items stored in the lockers.

M. Remodeling/Structural Changes To A Unit
Remodeling plans that include any structural or mechanical change must be submitted to the
Board for approval. Once approval has been granted, a deposit of $400 in the form of a cashier‟s
check made out to the Management Company will be required before any work may commence.
Such building permits as required by the City of Chicago must be obtained by the unit owner and
posted as required. Any damages caused to common elements during construction are the
responsibility of the unit owner, and the cost of repair or replacement will be deducted from the
deposit. If these costs exceed the deposit the unit owner will be assessed accordingly.
All construction materials are to be brought into the building via the rear stairway. Work is
permitted in a unit between the hours of 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. weekdays, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
weekends. Written notice should be provided to adjacent unit owners so they are aware of what
is to take place. Unit owners should be present to admit contractors or workmen scheduled for
the job. Building keys must not be given to workmen.


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All debris is the responsibility of the unit owner and must be removed from the premises by the
workmen or the unit owner. The maintenance staff will not be responsible for removal of debris.
Cost of debris removal and/or clean up incurred by the Association will be deducted from the
deposit.

All contractors hired must be properly insured for general liability, property damage, and
workmen‟s compensation. A certificate of insurance, which names the Association as an
additional insured, will be required by the Board before approval for the work is granted.
If a unit owner fails to request approval for structural or mechanical remodeling and/or
fails to schedule such work with the Management Company, the Board will, at its own
discretion, assess a fine of $500 against the unit owner.
If you are not sure if your remodeling plans require approval by the Board, you may call the
Management Company for guidance.

N. Sale And Lease Of Unit
Selling your Unit:

1) Owners must notify the managing agent of intent to sell a unit when such a time occurs
and complete all necessary documentation within the sale packet (Available from
management office).

2) Owners must notify the board of directors, via the Management Office, of a unit
sale/purchase closing 5 DAYS prior to the closing date. All documents and fees must be
tendered to the Management agent, before a Paid Assessment Letter can be issued. The
managing agent and board of directors requirements are:

a) A copy of the sale contract to purchase.
b) A completed application from each person buying the unit (available from the
Management Company).
c) Rules and Regulations Receipt signed by purchaser.

Leasing your Unit:

       1) Owners must notify the managing agent at least 30 days prior to the move-in date.
       2) The managing agent and board of directors requirements are:
              a) Completed application for each person; blank forms are available from the
              managing agent.
              b) Copy of the lease agreement stating:
                    1. "Lessee agrees to abide by the Rules and Regulations of the properties
                    of <Assoc Name>; a copy of which is attached to this lease and


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                      hereby acknowledged." and,
                      2. "This lease is subject to the approval of the properties of the <Assoc
                      Name> board of directors."
               c) Rules and Regulations Receipt signed by Lessee(s)

O. Move in/ Move out:
1) All moves are to be scheduled with the Association office and should take place Monday
through Saturday, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Moves are not permitted
on Sundays or holidays - NO exceptions. Any moves during prohibited times or days
will result in a $25.00 per hour fine or a $300.00 fine as determined by the Board. Additionally, a
fine of $300.00 will be assessed for moving without notice to the Association‟s management
office.

2) All moving must be done in the rear of the Property and not through the front entrance.
A two hundred and fifty dollar ($250) fee must be made payable to <Assoc Name> and
deposited with the management office at least 48 hours before a scheduled move as a moving
fee and to insure against damages to the common elements. Two hundred and fifty dollars ($250)
will be returned, within ten (10) days after the move, if no damages have occurred.

3) All moving, furniture deliveries and large appliance deliveries are to be done through the
back door. It is the responsibility of the resident to instruct vendors of this, meet delivery
men out front and open the back door for them. Residents should make sure that the back
door and back gate is closed after moving is complete. During cold weather, the back door
is to be kept closed when not actually in use. Please schedule ALL deliveries for BEFORE 5:00
p.m.

4) All excess boxes and packing materials should be neatly and securely placed near the
dumpster area in the back of the building and not in the laundry rooms or hallways.

5) Removal of old carpeting, remodeling debris, etc. is to be placed at the rear of the building,
after being cut/packaged into four foot (4') lengths. Since the Association is charged for the extra
pick-up, there is a charge to the resident for removal of the same.

6) When carrying equipment, all decorating/construction personnel are to enter and leave the
building via the rear door. Please inform your tradesmen to clean up after themselves.

P. Insurance Information
1) Association Insurance
The properties of <Assoc Name> have insurance coverage for all of the common elements of the
building. This includes fire and other damage coverage, and liability insurance. Each unit owner



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is responsible for securing appropriate insurance coverage for his/her unit and property. For
certificate of insurance, please call:

Insurance name & contact information

2) Owner Insurance
Please remember, that you are responsible to get homeowners insurance on your own behalf. It is
important that you have insurance not only for your personal belongings, but to protect your
liability for any damage to another unit, caused by something in your unit. You can contact the
association's insurance company to find out what the association covers and what your coverage
needs to include.

The insurance carried by the Association does not cover the following:

1) Additions within and/or improvements to any unit, including decorating, painting and
floor coverings.
2) Appliances, individual heating or cooling units, electrical fixtures, or other equipment
exclusively servicing a unit.
3) Personal property such as furniture, clothing or other items located within a unit or within
the common areas.
4) Damage caused to another unit or common elements due to negligence or actions of a
unit or occupant.
5) Breakage of windows exclusively serving a unit.
For specific information concerning the Association's insurance coverage, please contact the
Insurance Company directly.

Q. Building Maintenance/Services
If there are problems with common area maintenance or cleaning, please call the Management
Company.

R. Service Employees
The personnel employed on behalf of the Association have the responsibility for the maintenance
of the common elements only. They may not perform private work for owners during their
regular working hours, except as it affects common elements, and they are not obligated to do
private work in their off hours.

If an owner employs a maintenance person for private work, the terms under which this work is
done are to be arranged between the employee and the owner. The Managing Agent, the Board
and the Association accept no liability for repair work privately arranged. All owners should
carry liability insurance in case of injury to a workman.



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S. Fire Safety
Recommended by the Chicago Fire Department
Smoke detectors are located throughout the building.

1) In case of FIRE, telephone 911, and give the building address to the operator.

2) All residents of the building who are affected by the fire should not remain in their units
unless advised otherwise.

3) Feel the unit‟s front door. If it is hot, do not open it.

4) If it is necessary to leave your unit, put a foot against the door and open it a quarter of an
inch to see if any smoke is in the hallway. If there is any evidence of smoke, DO NOT
OPEN THE DOOR.

5) If the smoke is heavy, seal the bottom of the door with wet towels.

6) If you are unable to leave your unit, open a window and stay near it. If there is a great
amount of smoke but no fire in your unit, you will be able to get the greatest amount of
fresh air by staying near the wall close to the window.

7) If the hallway is usable, go to the stairwell near your unit.

8) Remain calm, act slowly and think twice before you act. Panic is the greatest danger and
may cause more problems than fire.

9) The Chicago Fire Department recommends that all residents have a battery-operated
radio, flashlights, candles and masking tape available in case of an emergency.

Fire Extinguisher
You will find fire extinguishers in each of the stairwell and in basement area. These are checked
annually to be sure they are in good working order. (N/A until association installs the fire
extinguishers).




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Sales Packet

This guide has been put together to make the sale and transition from your unit straight forward and
easy. If you use the information provided, and return the required documents on time, you can avoid
any stressful last-minute "scrambles". We strongly encourage you to review the requirements below
and make sure each is delivered to us as early as possible. It is your responsibility to provide a number of
documents to the buyers so they can be completed and returned prior to the closing date.


As the seller you are required to complete and return the following document to the management
company:

1) Move-In/out Scheduling Form
2) Selling Document Request Form - This form is your tool to request any of the following:

        a) Paid Assessment Letter (PAL)
        b) 22.1 Disclosure
        c) Annual Budget

Download this form at:
http://www.connectedclients.com/support/documents/SellersRequestForm.pdf

The remainder of the documents in this packet must be provided to the purchaser of your unit. Please
provide these to the purchaser(s) or their sales agent as quickly as possible.

1) Resident Personal Data (3 pages) - **Note - Must be completed by both parties and returned
2) Owner Welcome Letter
3) Memorandum of Understanding Form
4) Move-in/out Scheduling Form
5) Lease Rider

Please pay special attention to what is needed to complete this packet! Please return forms, or contact
us, using the information below. Thank you!

Connected Property Management
3047 N. Lincoln Ave Suite #400
Chicago, IL 60657

P: 888.633.8276
F: 773.913.2579
E: support@connectedmanagement.com


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Move-In/Out Scheduling Form

Please complete and return this form to schedule your move-in/out of the property. Your move must be
scheduled with the management office or fines will be assessed. Please pay special attention to the
scheduling rules and deposit requirements.

                                                  Moving Deposit
A two hundred and fifty dollar ($250) moving deposit must be made payable to <Assoc Name> and
received by the management office at least 48 hours before your scheduled move. If you complete your
move without providing the deposit to the management office you will be fined. The full two hundred
and fifty dollars ($250) will be returned, within ten (10) days after the move, if no damages have
occurred. Moving deposits are payable by check only.

                                               Rules for Move Outs
Please review the complete rules provided in the rules & regulations

Moves must be scheduled at least 7 days in advance. THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO MOVES ON SUNDAY, OR
HOLIDAYS. All moving trucks must be on the property to start a move before 12:00 noon. All moves must
be completed by 6:00 pm. Failure to complete the move by 6:00 pm forfeits the moving deposit.

                                               Schedule Your Move

Today's Date:______________                □ Move IN □ Move out
Owners Name:_____________________________ Bldg/Unit #______________

Owners Phone:____________________ Email:_______________________________

Name of Moving Company:_________________________________________________

Move Date:______________________________

Est. Start Time:________________          Est. End Time:_____________


I understand that the unit owner is responsible for any and all damage caused to personal property and the
building as a result of my moving activities. I understand that if I do not provide the required moving deposit to the
management office at least 48 hours before my move I will be fined by the Board.




Owner Signature ____________________________Date _________


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Resident Personal Data - (Page 1of 3)

SELLER: COMPLETE TOP SECTION AND PROVIDE TO PURCHASER FOR COMPLETION


Unit: ___________________ Date: __________________

Seller: _____________________________________________________

Anticipated Date of Move out: ____________________________________

Home Phone: (_____)_____-________ Mobile Phone (____)____-________


Dear Purchaser:

As part of my sale of a unit in the <Assoc Name>, it is necessary that certain information be provided
in order to allow the Board effectively to protect the Association’s right and interests pursuant to the
Declaration and By-Laws governing the property.

Consequently, we ask that you complete this information sheet as part of the purchasing of the unit and
forward it to Connected Property Management accompanied by a copy of the following:


□ The Sales Contract
□ Completed 'Memorandum of Understanding Form'
□ Completed 'Move-in/out Scheduling Form'

In addition, if you are planning to lease your unit you must supply:


□ Copy of your lease agreement
□ Complete contact information for your tenants
□ Lease Rider signed by owner and tenant(s)



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You are also being provided with a Welcome Letter from the management company which you can keep
for your records.

Resident Personal Data - (Page 2 of 3)

PURCHASER INFORMATION

Owner 1:______________________Email:_________________________Phone:___________________


Owner 2:______________________Email:_________________________Phone:___________________


Sale Amount: _____________Anticipated Close Date: ____/____/______

Anticipated move in date: ____/____/______

Buyer's Realtor: ____________________ Company Name:_________________________

Realtor Number: (____)____-________

Name of Attorney: ________________________Attorney Number: (____)____-________


Number of adults to occupy unit: _____ Number of children (under 18): ______

Please list each person that will reside in the unit:

Name                                                    Age          Sex




Nearest Person to contact in case of emergency: (someone who will have keys to the unit):



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Name:_________________________________Number:_____________________________

Resident Personal Data - (Page 3 of 3)


Please list all Vehicles:

Make                        Model      Color                   Year          License #




_________________________________________________ __________
Signature of Purchaser                        Date


_________________________________________________ __________
Signature of Purchaser                        Date




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Owner Welcome Letter


Dear Homeowner,

The Board of Directors welcomes you to the <Assoc Name>. We are aware that closing on a new home
is not a simple task, so we intend to make the homeowner interview a pleasant and informative
experience to ease the frustrations you may be going through.

At this point you should have already received the rules and regulations of the Condominium
Association. If you haven’t had the chance to review them or were not supplied with these documents,
call our management firm, Connected Management, at 888.633.8276.

We kindly request that you complete and return the following documents to Connected Management
immediately (before the closing date) to avoid any fees and ensure we have your complete information
on file:

1) Resident Personal Data Form
2) Memorandum of Understanding Form
3) Move-in/out Scheduling Form

In addition, if you are leasing your unit please supply:

1) Copy of your lease agreement
2) Complete contact information for your tenants
3) Lease Rider signed by owner and tenant(s)


Please contact us after your move so we can send you our Condominium Owner's Manual which details
how to contact us for repair issues, payment options, and more. We also offer your association a
powerful website, the Owner's Forum, which offers owners a secure place to communicate and
immediate access to a library of information. The Owner's Manual will explain everything!

Congratulations on your decision to dwell at <Assoc Name>.

Return Documents to:
Connected Property Management
3047 N. Lincoln Ave Suite #400
Chicago, IL 60657
P: 888.633.8276


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F: 773.913.2579
E: support@connectedmanagement.com

Memorandum of Understanding

EACH PARTY MUST PROVIDE THEIR INITIALS IN THE SPACES BELOW TO SIGNIFY THEIR AGREEMENT TO THE
STATEMENTS PROVIDED

Purchaser                 Co-Purchaser                   Item

                                                         We certify that the information provided in the Notice
                                                         of Intent to Sell form, is complete, true and accurate.

                                                         We understand that false statements or
                                                         documentation herein will be considered a breach and
                                                         violation of the Declaration, By-Laws and Rules and
                                                         Regulations.

                                                         We certify that we will be using the unit for lawful,
                                                         residential purposes only.

                                                         We certify that only individual(s) listed will occupy the
                                                         unit. We agree to notify the Association of any change
                                                         in occupancy.

                                                         The Seller of the unit has notified us of the total
                                                         monthly payment of assessments for unit. We agree
                                                         to pay late charges, and attorney fees and court costs
                                                         for the collection thereof.

                                                         We certify that we have received a copy of the
                                                         Association Bylaws and Rules & Regulations and will
                                                         abide by them at all times.


___________________________________________ _____________________
Purchaser                                        Date



___________________________________________ _____________________


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Co-Purchaser                                                        Date


                                           <Assoc Name>
                                           Rider to Lease



This Rider is added to the attached lease in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of
<Assoc Name>. By this Rider, the undersigned parties to said lease expressly acknowledge
that, as required by Section 18 of the Illinois Condominium Property Act, every lease and the
parties thereto shall be subject in all respects to the provisions of said Declaration as well as the
By-Laws and Rules and Regulations of the Association, and any failure by the lessee to comply
with the terms thereof shall be a default under the lease.

The Board of Directors of <Assoc Name> (the “Board”) shall be a third party beneficiary of said
lease and shall be entitled to pursue all legal and equitable remedies available to either party
under the lease in the event of any default. No rights of the Board shall be deemed to have
been waived or abrogated by reason of any previous failure to enforce the same.




Lessor (Landlord)                               Lessee (Tenant)




Lessor (Landlord)                               Lessee (Tenant)



Date:______________



NOTE: A signed original of said lease and this Rider must be given to the management
company for its files in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the Association.




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Please complete the following for the Management Company's use only:

Lessor Information:                        Tenant Information:




Phone                                      Phone




Email Address                               Email Address




Home Address




City, State, Zip




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