FLORIDA – Dozens of renters of HOA foreclosure properties evicted amid dispute over title ownership
TAMPA – In Florida, homeowners’ associations can foreclose on homes when owners don’t pay their dues…sometimes for as little as a few thousand dollars.
Investors who buy the liens get temporary titles and can rent those houses until banks foreclose.
But as the I-Team discovered, leasing these properties can pose plenty of potential problems for renters.
“It was a little over 1300 square feet. There’s a half bath on the bottom floor and two full baths on the main,” said Chelcie Miller, describing her former Carrollwood Rental townhome. Read more:
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