Miami-Dade State Attorney’s son sues over rodent-infested condo in Coral Gables (FL)

Vermin took over a waterfront condominium in Coral Gables, according to a lawsuit filed recently in Miami-Dade Circuit Court.  Justin Rundle, who owns a unit in Waters Edge of Coral Gables at 100 Edgewater Drive, is suing the previous owner Jeanie Fung, listing agent Francine Thomas and Coconut Grove-based brokerage Brown Harris Stevens | Avatar Real Estate Services, for breach of contract and several counts of fraud and negligence. The lawsuit also names the Waters Edge condo association, as well as inspection company Real Estate Management Co. and appraisal company Florida Estate Appraisals, as defendants.     Read the article……………


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