Clubhouse foreclosure, $275K tax bill stuns Lakewood seniors (NJ)

Residents of a local adult community are on the verge of losing their clubhouse and pool to a tax lien foreclosure, if they don’t agree to pay off a developer’s $275,000 tax debt.  The complex case may be the first of its kind in New Jersey, if not the U.S., according to a national trade group for community associations.   Read the article………..


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