Frequently Asked Questions
I am selling my unit. How do I obtain a Paid Assessment Letter?
If you intend to sell your unit or are in the process of doing so, please request a sales packet from our Property Transfers Department. They can be reached at Transfers@buildinggroup.com or at 312-564-5912.
How do I obtain a completed condo questionnaire / 22.1 disclosure?
You may request a 22.1 Disclosure to be completed by contacting our Property Transfers Department. They can be reached at Transfers@buildinggroup.com or at (312)564-5912. Please inquire about the turnaround time when you contact this department.
Where do I mail my monthly assessment payments?
Your monthly assessment payments may be mailed with a copy of your statement stub. If you do not receive a statement before the first of the month please mail your payment to our main office made payable to your condo association. Our office is located at 1221 North LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL 60610.
Can I drop off my assessment checks at your main office?
Yes! Payments may be dropped off any time during our business hours (M-F, 8:30a-5p). Our office is located at 1221 North LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL 60610.
How do I obtain a Certificate of Insurance for the association?
A Certificate of Insurance can be obtained by calling up the insurance agent for the association. If you do not know who the agent is, please contact your property manager, assistant property manager or the receptionist.
How do I complete minor repairs within my unit?
Minor repairs in your unit are usually done at the cost of the homeowner. If you need a recommendation for a contractor please contact your property manager who may be able to assist you. Please refer to your association's rules and regulations to review any construction procedures and requirements.
I plan to remodel and perform construction within my unit. What are the requirements?
Each association will have its own specific requirements so please contact your Rules and Regulations before proceeding. The usual requirements are: Drawings and Specifications, City of Chicago permits, Certificates of Insurance for the contractors, and possibly a refundable construction deposit.