Since the start of the summer season, the real estate market in the entire state of Texas has been doing great—houses are starting to sell faster and properties are gaining more value.
This positive news however, comes with a not so good one. As more people start to make renovations in their homes, scammers and fly-by-night contractors roam the state, looking for their next victim which is what happened to this condo complex in Austin:
AUSTIN — Some South Congress condo tenants are suing their builder, claiming their units have so many problems they can’t legally sell them. Austin Code Compliance says nearly all the complex does not meet minimum standards.
We got this story from a trusted source, Jack Darby, with the online crime database ‘KrimeLabb.” He noticed an unusually high number of city service calls to the address for The Bel Air Condos on South Congress Avenue. When we looked into it, we found that’s because the city marked 90 percent of the units substandard.
Residents have filed two lawsuits that have been going on nearly four years. In the meantime, they worry, they’re losing on their investment.
If you’re planning to sell your home this season, you probably would want to do some home improvements first before you put up the “for sale” sign in your front lawn and you could easily be the next prey of these either shady or incompetent characters. Don’t be a victim. Do your research online first before hiring roof, window, or siding contractors in Round Rock TX.
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(Article Excerpt from: South Congress homeowners sue builders for “defective” construction work, www.kvue.com)