FLORIDA – Bay area condo owner sick of paying $350 monthly fee for unit not repaired two years after fire
CCFJ.NET: Bay area condo owner sick of paying $350 monthly fee for unit not repaired two years after fire
Article Courtesy of WFTS Action News Tampa Bay
By Isabel RosalesPublished February 2, 2019
ABC Action News first told you about this story back in June. February marks two years since the fire first sparked at the Grand Reserve Condominiums in Tampa. Condo owners both living in the damaged building and those forced out are demanding to know why repairs are still not done.
All Georgette Khaziran wants is to return home.
“It looks left to rot,” she said staring at the building.
|But home means a metal fence, boarded windows and no railings.|
“In a month it will be two years. I see a lot of failures is what I see,” she said.
Khaziran is pointing the finger the management company under the helm of her HOA. She’s furious repairs haven’t been completed.
“I just keep paying and paying and hoping and hoping and I just feel taken advantage of,” she said.
She pays $350 out of her pocket every month in HOA fees for a home in which she’s never been able to return. Since the fire, she’s paid upwards of $6,000 in fees without actually living there.
“How do I plan my life? How do I move forward?” Khaziran asked. Read more: