Lot cleanup time, hopefully the last time. All I could think about while cleaning the lots was how rotten Russo is for “stealing” our lots and not helping us sell our lots in Unit 2 and how things went wrong in this subdivision. Plus how hard it was, how many bruises I’d get and if I was going to die of a heart attack, dehydration (temp was about 90 and I have hyperhidrosis) or drinking bad water. (I forgot the bottled water so I drank from a clean six-gallon plastic jug filled from garden hose that was for mixing into a weed-killer sprayer but it tasted like plastic.)
If you own a lot in Unit 2 or 5 and you asked Russo to help you sell your lot or, if Russo offered to buy your lot (at a huge loss to you) please contact me (Raquel Baranow), I’m preparing a lawsuit against the HOA and Russo for not helping us sell our lots, breach of contract (Article 10 of the CC&R’s) and self-dealing.
Thought of my friend who once (or twice) helped me clean these lots and committed suicide – or got drunk and fell onto the train tracks and got run over – I’m still not sure what to believe.
Thought of another Unit 2 lot owner who sent me many emails, their last email said they both just got out of the hospital (they’re in their 80’s) and if I didn’t hear from them again . . . .
I talked to you awhile ago. I am in #8. Can I get in the lawsuit. Russo offered $2000 for my land. I am here in Phoenix and don’t even know how to get a hold of anyone to help sell.
Hi Kathleen, depending on the location of your lot in Unit 8 (ones closest to or on Camino del Torro are worth more) and if there are liens on your lot they’re not worth much, Assessor says they’re worth $3500 but Russo’s are assessed at $1500. If you look on Zillow, lots aren’t selling.
EDIT: On second thought, the liens are illegal because they’re unconscionable and extend forever (perpetuity) against public policy but I’m not ready to pursue that tactic. I wonder why my lawyer never raised this issue in the previous lawsuit?