I purchased a condo in chicago, IL three years ago and the building has gone to pot since. 5 out of the 13 units are live in owners and 8 units are not living in them but renting them out or vacant. The owners of these 8 units went into foreclosure and there is no maintaince being kept up on the building.The insurance on the building has expired the owner of some of the 8 units was paying it. I keep my insurance up on my unit. Every month something is going wrong that needs fixing and the tenants and the 5 owners are left to collect money to get things fixed. I talked to my mortgage company about the problems we are having and they said just keep paying your mortgage and hope things get better. There is no assessment fees being collected because the association was never turned over to the owners that live there. My unit is worth less then what is owed on my mortgage and I do not see the banks doing anything to the units that are in foreclosure. Will my mortgage company, national city try and garnish my wages if I walk away? what will happen?