Court Ruling Puts Condo Buyouts At Risk (FL)

As Florida developers adapt to the lack of suitable development sites, some are turning their focus to condominium communities that were built decades ago for middle-income working families and retirees that are now located on what would otherwise be prime development sites.    Read the article……………


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