Real estate watchdog issues public alert on Langley condo development (BC)

B.C.’s real estate watchdog has issued its first public consumer alert in four years, following a B.C. Supreme Court decision this week to send a troubled Langley condo development into receivership.  As Postmedia reported earlier in the week, longtime Metro Vancouver condo developer Mark Chandler was trying to keep Murrayville House, his 92-unit Langley condo development, out of receivership, after private lenders who financed the project applied to have a receiver take over selling the property and repaying millions in unpaid debts Chandler’s creditors allege he owes.     Read the article………………


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