Phoenix woman forced from condo after complex sold to investor (AZ)

“So, this is my first home. It’s all paid off, no mortgage. So, I put a lot of love into it and a lot of time and love into it,” said Hoogervorst.  Imagine her surprise when she got a letter in the mail less than 9 months after moving in, telling her the condo complex was being sold, and she had 60 days to get out and she would be compensated $95,000 and had no recourse.  The condominium termination letter came from investor Travis Karl, who informed Hoogervorst that the Solstice Condominium Association approved the sale of the entire complex.    Read the article…………


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