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Homebuilder goes out of business leaving mess for development

Homebuilder goes out of business leaving mess for development



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(KSL News) A housing development in Eagle Mountain is facing some big problems. Sundance Homes went out of business, leaving an organizational mess for the homeowners association.

City manager John Hendrickson said, "All the developments, the roads and so forth, are all private, and so they weren't built to a public standard, so that's the big problem in Silver Lake."

Hendrickson says because the area is private property, the city can't do much. "We can't give them legal advice, there's no way we can because it's private, it's a private matter," he said.

Hendrickson says it's a problem many communities are seeing during this housing crisis. He says they haven't been able to get in touch with anyone from Sundance to sort things out.

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