A mother with three daughters formed a nonprofit org to expose the bullying and mafia-like life in Dwight Schar’s controlled Bella Collina community

$900,000 real estate loss in Bella Collina

The lot bought for $850,900 and sold for $100 after 3 years. Considering the cost of sale, Club dues, HOA, attorney fees and cost of money, I would assume the Bella Collina investor lost $900,000. A couple of years ago, it was sold for $27,500 only.

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Juravin research Holy land man

It will help housing sales- 3.6% lowest unemployment since 1969

A record 103 straight months of job gains and signaling the current economic expansion shows little sign of stalling. The unemployment rate fell to its lowest level in half a century last month, capping the longest streak of job creation in modern times and dispelling recession fears that haunted Wall Street at the start of the year.

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Bella Collina Real Estate in Trouble

Bella Collina real estate in trouble, again? falls to $195 sf

Don Juravin REVEALS unstable prices in Bella Collina. Bad investment for 500 families who lost $500 million. Dwight Schar, the owner of Bella Collina Florida, is involved in additional businesses like NVR, Inc. (NYSE: NVR) which sells under: Ryan Homes, NVHomes and Heartland Homes brands. It seems like all are under congressional investigation.

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Bella Collina Homes are not selling for more than 800 days

Bella Collina home not selling already for more than 800 days

We found home prices in Bella Collina falling as low as $192 sf over the last 10 years. Bella Collina is a ghost town already 18 years with only about 7 to 9 percent real family year round occupancy. There were little sales despite the desperate affords of Randall Greene. Paul Simonson and the owner, Dwight Schar.

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