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By stephen polinsky • January 18, 2011

Property manager lied about condo building's state of health

I told the mortgage officer that my condo slab was fixed in 2007 because it had a crack. They want a statement from the engineer stating the problem has been fixed and the entire building is structurally sound not just my unit. The property management company sent them an email stating: “we have no current or past indications the building has any structural deficiencies.” This is a lie! They even made a $100 assessment to pay for the repair to the crack in my slab. I have been fighting them for 8 years to resolve this issue. I believe this was no accident. Why would they lie to the mortgage officer? Is this fraud? What should I do? How can I make them correct this?

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