Law meant to protect Wash. homeowners instead pushing up condo prices

A law meant to protect Washington homeowners is instead pushing up condo prices.  KIRO 7 investigates why the law is keeping condos from being built and making it nearly impossible to buy a place of your own.  When asked why more are not built, developers point to the Washington Condo Act. Many condo associations use that to file a claim against the developer. Developers told reporter Natasha Chen that it happens so often it’s normal to be sued.    Watch the news report………….


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