Yes, as Joan52 mentioned, in most cases you can only have 20% of the units in a condo building rented out to non-owners. More than that makes it a commercial property and the taxes are different. Most buildings should have this in their rules and regulations. We only have 14 units and 2 are rented out... the rest of us are stuck living here, riding it out or selling at a loss. No fun.
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I tried all sorts of things in the old drafty place I lived, Seal N' Peel worked the best of anything, it's a tad stinky to apply (I did all but one window, left it open for an hour and left the apt to clear the stink) and then sealed up the last one before I left for the day.
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