Generous developer comes to the aid of ‘screwed’ condo buyers

In 2015, Cantalini’s company bought the mortgages on the property, foreclosed on the mortgages, and settled with the suppliers and contractors. But the seven buyers, including Chelsea Hawrelak, weren’t entitled to anything. Their deal and their quarrel was with the old owner, not him.  Read the article………….


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