Creekwood Residents Could Be Losing Their Swimming Pool

Industry Observer with No longer practicing real estate as of 2008.

A recent survey was mailed out to the residents of the Creekwood Subdivision asking them if they want to keep their community pool or have it close down.  It also contained a repair list of costs totalling $100,000 to repair the pool.

Apparently when the pool was first constructed it was constructed poorly and the maintenance on the pool ever since has not been done properly by the company that was hired.

The pool has been closed off and on and was even closed through the entire summer last year.  If they close the pool, it will drastically lower their home values.  Many people move into communities because of the convenience of a community pool.

My question is, why didn't the association or the builder of Creekwood ever go after the builder of the pool and make them properly fix what they obviously screwed up from the beginning?

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