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Property Scandal: The Reality of Realty

A potential boom has gone bust in the Prince Rupert housing market. An apartment block has become the focus of a law suit in B-C. Roosevelt Apartments in Prince Rupert was lauded by a realty investment guru as a sure thing. But hundred of thousands of dollars in renovations later, the people who bought in want out. The same story applies to realty investors who bought into Crestwood Estates in Williams Lake. Now the buyers are threatening a class-action law suit against the man who convinced them to buy. For more on the story, we've reached Ethan Baron. He's a columnist with The Province and he joins Carolina with the story.

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