Q. My condominium association passed an amendment to our Declaration years ago to restrict rentals to 2 units out of 15. I own a unit that I no longer want to live in, cannot sell because I owe more on the mortgage than it's worth and can't rent because we already have two rented units.

I feel like I'm stuck with a worthless property. What can I do about changing the amendment?

A. The topic of rentals in condo buildings is a tricky one. On the one hand, you have owner occupants who don't want their building to become heavily renter occupied with absentee owners and on the other you have owners for whom renting a unit until it can be sold makes the most financial sense. Unfortunately, in a condo building

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