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Trulia Custo…, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Trulia Customer Service answered:
Hello Ming and Steve,

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Accurate Ins…, Real Estate Pro in Chicago, IL
Wed May 25, 2011
Accurate Inspections & Consulting answered:
- Gather up all your purchase documents and any legal or advertising paperwork from the pre-construction time period.
- Interview a couple construction defect attorneys
- Get the corporate research, past actions and City issues homework done on the developer, that development and their other developments - a service we provide
- Talk with other unit owners and see if people want to combine efforts
- Make copies of all condo association minutes and documents related to any defects in the general building
- get an independent inspection of your unit to document conditions - another service we provide
- If the association members or group as a whole are up for a common fight consider getting a full building inspection
- Was a reserve study ever done? yet another service we provide
Your best initial bet is to talk with an attorney and see what your legal options are. Realistically your chances of getting anything from the developer are minimal. It is possible though. The corporate veil can be pierced. I suggest you strap in for the long haul though. These cases rarely go quick or easy.
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