Thursday, November 24, 2005

WTF, Explained

When the special assessment check bounced you could of knocked all of us over with a feather.

One of my first phone calls the next day was to the manager of Chicago Title branch in Hyde Park (a Chicago neighborhood) to find out exactly why they stopped payment. As luck would have it, the current owner and either our developer or the former owner (his girlfriend) signed a joint escrow agreement. That means in order for the special assessment money to be released, both parties must send their consent in writing.

While our current neighbor sent hers, our developer withdrew his.

I told you he’s a piece of work.

Just ‘cause he won a round doesn’t mean he’s won the fight.

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