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On The Air June 2, 2012 (58 minutes)

Just listen to this radio show about the Nevada Construction Defect Lawsuit Scam. 

 

So far, 25 (willing) participants have pleaded guilty in the scam that has cost homeowners millions of dollars -- and many more are working on plea deals before the "Main Players" will go to trial.  So far, four of the folks involved in this racket have allegedly committed suicide -- according to the police.

 

Nevada State Senator Mike Schneider and host Shu Bartholomew are discussing the huge problems -- problems homeowners' associations experience nationwide.

 

Few people would argue that there really are problems in mandatory membership homeowners’ associations.  Even the most ardent supporters of associations will admit that not everything is as rosy as it should be.  Over the years we have heard and read about problems from serious to the ridiculously petty, but have we been scratching the surface to this point?  How bad can things really be in residential America? 

The FBI has been investigating corruption in Nevada for the last four years and they are still digging.  Hopefully, they will be digging as well in other states, where problems are similar.

Senator Mike Schneider of Nevada is a long-time legislator who has tried to regulate associations and bring some balance to the abuses in the construction defect racket.  You'll hear what is going on in Nevada today and where this investigation might end.


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