We all know by now that a sizeable group either can’t or won’t close on their Vue Charlotte condo. And we also know that certain buyers will go to reasonable lengths to legally reclaim their deposits. I was sent an article a few days back about a case where the developer had to return a $510,000 deposit, and I have not spoken to an attorney about it. But I thought it was worth sharing with our readers, as I know some are looking for any glimmer of hope that they can somehow come out of this transaction financially whole. It’s in the NY Times and is Entitled: Condo Ruling May Let Many Cancel Deals.
I am hoping to hear some cheerier news from other readers this week, and since today were thinking of the Empire State and the Big Apple, perhaps you will be heard humming these lyrics sung to the tune of New York New York made famous by Frank Sinatra:
Start Spreading the News
We’re Closing Today,
I want to be a part of it…the Vue, the Vue
These vagabond shoes, are longing to stray
Right to the top of it, the Vue, the Vue!
I want to wake up, in a building, that never sleeps
And find I’m king of the hill, top of the heap
My little house blues
Are melting away
I’ll make a brand new start of it
In Old, Up Town!
If I can make it there I can make it anywhere
It’s up to you, the Vue, the Vue!