Subdivision Developer problems
With the housing bust there is a significant amount of unfinished or partially finished subdivisions and condos in Michigan. Sometimes the developer has gone out of business, filed bankruptcy or refuses to hand over control of the subdivision to the homeowners. Kelley & Evanchek is experienced in dealing with problems that arise when a developer has abandoned the project or is using maintenance fees to fund their other operations.
Problems that can arise between a developer and the homeowners include:
- The maintenance company keeps raising maintenance fee rates
- Developer refuses to hand over the management of the subdivision to the homeowners
- Covenants, restrictions or bylaws are incomplete or missing
For more information about resolving problems with developers contact us online or call (734) 397-4540 to discuss your situation with our experienced attorneys.