Miami-Dade State Attorney discusses property management cases, bill that would help prosecute crimes

Local 10 News has reported several stories from South Florida residents frustrated by their condo and homeowners associations and property management companies.

“I have three complaints with case numbers,” said condo owner Jenny Trujillo. “They have done nothing.”

“There needs to be some sort of accountability,” according to HOA resident Ed Guminski. “There needs to be somebody looking into this and doing something.”

Most recently, reports have focused on B.D.M. Property Management and property manager Michael Curtis, who runs several properties in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. Owners have alleged corruption, lack of transparency, even theft. But the most consistent complaint is that no

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