As bills mounted and revenue shrank, the board of Miami Beach’s luxury Bentley Bay condo knew it had to take drastic action.
Facing a spike in delinquencies and the need to pay the bills, the Bentley’s condo association opted to take a hard line with lenders that took over units there — many from investors who went into foreclosure.
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