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10/30/2013
By: dikeakoskiki
Angier Kiki
Business' Initial ResponseDominick's complaint as to Coastal Breeze Properties giving him false/misleading information as to the association approval time frame is false. Dominick had a Real Estate Agent representing him and we communicated through her not directly with Dominick. We advised her that the association could take up to 30 days to approve an application. We did not have direct communication with Dominick until later in the transaction when he called upset that his application had not been approved yet at which time we told him the same thing we told his agent. That it could take up to 30 days for the application process. If he was given misinformation it was by his agent not by us. The time frame is also clearly stated on the application package. This statement is totally false.Regarding the puddles on the floor. Dominick did complain about the puddles on the floor which according to him and his wife would appear through-out the house both upstairs and downstairs in different places. We sent our handyman out who did a leak detection both upstairs and downstairs and found no leaks. He suggested it could be the dog peeing on the floor.We then sent the builder out. He also confirmed there were no leaks and suggested it could be the dog peeing on the floor. When the tenant moved out I visited the property on a daily basis looking for the mystery leaks and there were never any found over the course of 3 weeks. We now have a new tenant there for 2 months and have had no complaints of leaks or puddles on the floor. The carpet cleaning that we charged to the tenant is justified. In fact, I should have also charged them for the leak detection as the "leaks" were being caused by the tenant and not a defect in the property.
10/01/2014
By: Angie S.
Angie Sells Boca
I have had the privilege to know Angie Sambuco for the past 6 years and can tell you that she is one of the hardest working Realtors I have had the opportunity to know and work with. Before moving to Florida Angie was a realtor in New York and New Jersey and handled millions of dollars in transactions for her clients. Having a background in construction she was able to parlay that experience to help her clients develop apartment complexes to use as rentals and convert to condominiums which she then helped them sell. She has been handling residential and commercial transactions here in Florida for the past 16 years and unfortunately, I have only had the opportunity to work with her for the past 6 years. Her vast knowledge of real estate from the construction of a home or an apartment building to the sale of the finished products has been a tremendous value to my clients that I refer her to. As an attorney with thousands of real estate transactions under my belt and having worked with hundreds of brokers I have no problem with referring clients to Angie as I know that they will be treated in a most professional matter and they will get the most money for their property. When you think about selling your apartment complex please give Angie a call at 561-479-2235 and I know that she will do the best job possible for you. Whether you are thinking of selling or converting to condominiums in order to sell the individual units you can be assured that with Angie you will be well taken care of and she will help you through the process and get you the largest return on your investment. Yours truly, Robert M. Kesten, Esq.

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