Apartment Auction Delayed; Power's On

Tuesday’s foreclosure auction was delayed and some Arlington apartment renters learned their electricity would stay connected because the complex’s owners came up with a partial payment on their delinquent utility bills.  The owners of Bristol Pointe Apartments are seriously behind on their mortgage payments, too, and they came within hours of a foreclosure auction.  But at the last moment, a North Carolina bank asked to have the sale postponed for at least a month even though the Florida-based owners of Crown Pointe defaulted on a 12-million dollar note.  Around the same time, residents were told the electric company had been paid something on a long-overdue bill, meaning the power would stay on at least through the end of the week.


One Comment

  1. L says:

    These owners are low life scum. They take the money and don’t pay the bills. They will rip you off and not think twice. I wish they would go to prison for life for all the sorry low life things they have done. They do not deserve to see the light of day. They try to hide behind their religion and act life they are such good JEWISH people. I don’t by that fake lie for a minute. Live a life that supports what you say. You are both CRIMINAL low life’s!

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