My Bella Collina Home Lost 7.2% In One Month

Bella Collina Lots Seem to Lose $5 million in Bad Real Estate Investment

On June 25th Zillow estimated my house at $2,131,420 and ONE MONTH later, on July 23, Zillow estimated my house at $1,977,677. That’s almost $154,000 price drop which is 7.2% loss. SCARY. 

Siena at Bella Collina condos – ugly looking?

Siena Bella Collina UGLY

Siena at Bella Collina is described by the media and others as “UGLY looking” and “out of place.” I have to agree. I can’t see who would want to pay money to buy a condo and live a hotel that hosts load drunk wedding partying people.

Why does Don Juravin fight Bella Collina?

WHY DOES DON JURAVIN FIGHT BELLA COLLINA?

HOAs are difficult to deal with. Thousands of homeowners are currently battling their HOAs in court. Homeowners’ Associations tend to slap ridiculous rules and regulations on the people who have agreed to follow the HOA rules. 

Scary investment in Bella Collina homes or condos

SCARY IN BELLA COLLINA REAL REVIEWS

On June 25th Zillow estimated my house at $2,131,420 and ONE MONTH later, on July 23, Zillow estimated my house at $1,977,677. That’s almost $154,000 price drop which is 7.2% loss. SCARY. Resident Don Juravin review

Dwight Schar, Bella Collina, Paul Simonson, Randall Greene, and failed businesses accused of fraud

DWIGHT SCHAR, BELLA COLLINA, PAUL SIMONSON, RANDALL GREENE AND FAILED BUSINESSES ACCUSED OF FRAUD

According to Don Juravin, resident of Bella Collina, the community is a mess and Bella Collina Real Estate is only aimlessly pushing aggressive sales. Dwight Schar placed Paul Simonson in charge, who chose Randall Greene to do the dirty work against residents that dare to stand up for their rights. The results: Bella Collina is a failed community. If that is not enough, Dwight Schar placed his son, young Spencer Schar, who has no real experience, as a manager. 

Bella Collina property owners, in lawsuit, allege racketeering

BELLA COLLINA PROPERTY OWNERS, IN LAWSUIT, ALLEGE RACKETEERING

One of Central Florida’s most troubled home developments, the upscale Bella Collina country-club near Clermont, has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit by people who bought lots there before the development went dormant in the Great Recession.

Real Estate News: Bella Collina Homes Are Drastically Losing Value

Investment Troubles In Bella Collina Real Estate?

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. Dwight Schar’s businesses seem to be under congressional investigation as many homeowners feel scammed.

Investment Troubles In Bella Collina Real Estate?

Bella Collina Real Estate is loosing Millions

Note the land is calculated at ZERO dollars.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.

Randall Greene was sued for fraudulent real estate in Bella Collina Florida

RANDAL GREENE WAS ACCUSED OF STEALING A HOUSE IN BELLA COLLINA

Plaintiffs, Jordan Rupert and Myra Rupert (“Plaintiffs”), sue Defendants· Alfresco Acquisitions, LLC (“Alfresco”), Bella Collina Property Owners Association, Inc. (“Bella Collina POA”), Randall F. Greene (“Randall Greene”), Christina M. Greene (“Christina Greene”), and DCS Capital Investments, LLC (“DCS”) (collectively “Defendants”), and allege:

Is Bella Collina A Scam?

IS BELLA COLLINA A SCAM

A scam is when a consumer or homeowner did not receive what he anticipated or expected. The disappointment can be defined as a scam. For the purposes of this analysis, Bella Collina real estate losses in the community (central Florida), bad returns on investments, short-term residence in Bella Collina, disappointments from the club, or from anything promised or refusal to pay the fees, and dumping the investment can be perceived as a scam by homeowners.

Bella Collina suit alleges racketeering.

Bella Collina Alleged Home Sales Fraud

One of Central Florida’s most troubled home developments, the upscale Bella Collina country club near Clermont, has been hit with a proposed class-action lawsuit by people who bought lots there before the development went dormant in the Great Recession.