FLORIDA – Miami-Dade leaders to tackle condominium fraud in Tallahassee

CCFJ.NET:Miami-Dade leaders to tackle condominium fraud in Tallahassee

Article Courtesy of Miami Herald
By Enrique Flor and Brenda Medina

Published May 21, 2016

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez says he will travel to Tallahassee during the legislative session to support a group of state lawmakers from South Florida who will seek to reform state legislation in order to crack down on a wave of condominium frauds.

The initiative that will be submitted in November by State Rep. José Félix Díaz, as leader of the county’s delegation to the state legislation, aims to make substantial changes in the state regulations for residential complexes.

“I am going to support the proposals of Rep. Díaz when he goes to Tallahassee to fight for these changes in the laws on condominiums and home owners associations,” Giménez told el Nuevo Herald. “I will go with him to give him my full support and make sure these proposals can pass.”

Giménez’ decision was applauded by a dozen residents who attended a meeting Thursday at the county police headquarters in Doral to discuss the growing allegations of condominium fraud.

A series of investigative articles by el Nuevo Herald and Univision 23 published last month has revealed a string of scams and irregularities affecting Miami-Dade condominiums.

After the stories were published, residents of several condos around the county have organized protests demanding action by local and state authorities. During the meeting Thursday, condo owners announced they would march in downtown Doral Saturday, starting at 11 a.m., to demand changes in the state laws that regulate condos.  Read more:


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