Tampa Bay (FL) couple in ‘awful situation’ as condo converted to apartment

If someone forces you to sell your property, shouldn’t they be required to give you at least as much as you paid for it? • That’s what Nadia and Tyson Le Monte thought when they learned they would have to sell their St. Petersburg condo — bought in 2006 for $254,900 — because the complex is being converted to rentals. • The couple were stunned, therefore, when told they would get just $127,000.   Read the article…………


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