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Renting at Lehigh Riverport Condominium Association

     Anyone interested in renting a condominium at Lehigh Riverport must contact a real estate agent, or seek any available online, to contact potential sellers or landlords directly.  


     The Lehigh Riverport Condominium Association does not own or lease condominiums, however, there are numerous individual unit owners who will lease their condominiums independently.The Condominium Association management is unable to assist with this aspect of renting units as it must stay impartial.

     The Association and its Executive Board does, however, fully support our owners who choose to lease their units, as it supports all owners.  We strive to accommodate the needs of all in our community, and work closely with owners who choose this option.


     There are guidelines in place, primarily in the Condominium Association's Handbook, that pertain to the leasing of residential units.  The general guidelines, as stated in the Handbook, are that a Unit Owner may lease his or her Unit (but not less than his or her entire Unit) at any time and from time to time provided that:

     (1) No Unit may be leased for transient or hotel purposes or for an initial term of less than three (3) months;

     (2) no unit may be leased without a written lease;

     (3) a copy of such lease shall be furnished to the Executive Board (via the Management Office) within ten (10) days after execution thereof; and

     (4) ALL LEASES must include the requirement that the lessee shall be bound by the covenants, conditions, and restrictions set forth in the Declaration, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, and that a default thereunder shall constitute a default under the lease; provided, however, that the foregoing shall not impose any direct liability on any lessee of a Unit to pay any Common Expense assessments on behalf of the Owner of that Unit. All tenants must submit a signed Handbook Acknowledgement to the Management Office (as it appears on the last page of this publication).

     Regulations regarding rentals imposed by the state or local government must be followed and it is the responsibility of the owner to assure complete and ongoing compliance. It is the responsibility of each owner to register their tenant and provide a copy of the lease to the Association via the Management Office, and to ensure compliance with the moving policy.



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