Estero apartment complex accused of price-gouging after Ian


It’s illegal to ridiculously raise the price of necessary goods like food, water, gas and rent during a state of emergency.

One woman believes a local apartment complex is price gouging her and other members of the community.

The woman said in a matter of days the unit she wanted to view jumped 63%. Now she is not interested.

Looking to downsize from a home to an apartment and while also helping her friends find a roof over their heads after they lost everything in Hurricane Ian, Judy Sapp fount the Springs at Gulf Coast in Estero.

She scheduled

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