Hi Hendry, I work for bank of america, and I just had a refinance denied there because of the litigation. There is currently litigation between the hoa and the developer due to structural repairs that have not yet been made. This raises a red flag with most lenders. It is not known how the lawsuit will be settled, if the hoa may have to do a special assessment to pay for any lawsuit expenses, and most importantly, some structural repairs have still not been made. Apparently now they are conducting tests on select units for the next few months to see if the ventilation is up to code or if it allows units to get too hot. I have also heard that there was recent friction between the beacon commercial association and the residential hoa, but I am not sure if that has been resolved. However, making housing affordable refinances are still possible, as you don't need the project to get re-approved. For purchases, some are probably being made cash, and there are a couple of smaller lenders that I have heard are willing to make loans in that building. I believe one is a mortgage broker named pinnacle mortgage, however a few weeks ago, they said that the bank that they were using to fund those loans was not lending due to some unrelated compliance issues. Anybody else getting any loans done there?