Developers want my condo, so how can I fight it?
Q: I enjoy reading your informative Q&A columns. I currently have a condo unit I rent out to a tenant. Recently a real estate developer called me and left a voice message about selling my unit at a premium. I am sure he has done this to the other condo unit owners in the building (about 80 units in the building). I am strongly reluctant to sell since I have plans to one day move back to the condo once my elementary school age kids get older. My questions are: (1) How many units do they need to have a majority to force the sale of the entire building? (2) How to I prevent this from occurring (short of pleading with the other condo unit owners to not take the bait)? Read the Q&A…………..
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