The HOA at the complex she's talking about had to get restraining orders on her as she was assaulting other residents, interrupting sales meetings and actually breaking into model units at night and sleeping there. Another client and friend of mine also got restraining orders on her for stalking and threatening.
Last year in an escalated manner of this same pernicious behavior she sprayed a 7 year old girl in the face with weedkiller and was convicted of child abuse. Today (June 24, 2015) in San Luis Obispo Superior Court she was sentenced to 45 days in jail, 4 years formal probation, 1 year child abuse deferment program, restitution, and restraining orders keeping her a minimum of 50 yards from the victim and her family.
Your story is very disturbing, and my heart goes out to you for all that you have been through.
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I asked Miss Carson not to cash the check as it would empty my account, and while she did want the option of moving to unit 501, she couldnâ€™t afford for the check to be cashed. She was assured it would not be, but then found the next day she had no money and had to borrow funds left in the bank after American Title Company.So please if you know someone here, a good broker.They said they feared my illness reason for not selling my unit. BTW. I did the foot work to make it a normal unit now.I am heart is broken. No one protected us. at all. I do need help.
I just read your last post. It is not ethical for the only association-designated agents to refuse to list your property. Under the circumstances, I would go to a local well-known real estate company in your area, and ask to speak to the broker. They should be able to help you navigate this. I can refer you to a good broker in your area, if you are interested.
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There is a question on the Seller's Transfer Disclosure Statement regarding noise. The seller would be responsible for disclosing that they hear noise from the neighbors walking above. If the agent has also heard it, or you have made a big deal about it, they would also need to disclose this noise issue, rather than the type of flooring. As stated in the Agent Visual Inspection Disclosure, the agent is not responsible for "analyzing the cause or source of the disclosed matter." Hope this helps!
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The agent does not disclose what type of flooring etc in any another condo unit.
Realtors have a duty to the seller/owner of home to disclose what the owner knows about their home and not other home owners.. If there is something they may know about the complex they should let you know and this is why you get the CC&R's for the complex..
If certain questions come up then your agent and possibley the sellers agent should find out for you if there is no reference about it and this is something that is a priorty for you...
You should be talking with your agent about this.. Communication is key in the transaction..Good Luck!.
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Is this agent selling all the condos? I feel like I have so many more questions now that you have posed this question! Regardless, good luck Ghenning!
If you are making a reference to whether or not a listing agent would disclose this topic within the Transfer Disclosure Statement CAR form...the answer is no. If you are making a reference to an agent sharing that a specific unit
My rule of thumb, if you have to ask if you should disclose something then the answer is to disclose it.
Does the HOA have rules against hard flooring surfaces in upstairs units now? I believe this might affect the price of the unit below.
Sorry to hear this agent gave the advise you mention.