Norfolk (VA) woman finally free of Chinese drywall filled home, seven years later

But when she walked out the front door of her Norfolk home seven years ago, never to return, she didn’t expect to walk into a seven-year legal fight with her neighbors.  The Harbor Walk Condo Association sought a growing pile of past-due monthly condo fees, refusing to negotiate a smaller amount than the $385 she was still paying several months after moving out – pushing her into bankruptcy before she could work out a foreclosure deal with her bank, tying her to the house that made her sick and suing her four times in seven years.   Read the article……….


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