Threat of Lawsuits Crimps Condo Developments

The slow comeback stems partly from developers’ increasing confidence in rental-apartment buildings as young adults and middle-aged families stung by the housing crash have turned to renting. But developers also point to increased exposure to construction-defects lawsuits, which they say have made insuring large projects much more expensive.      Read the article…………….


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