Fifty families are threatened by reporting a Green Park apartment rental scam

Approximately fifty families residents in the complex Green Park in Golf del SurWorking families that have been in San Miguel de Abona for many years are being coerced and threatened to leave their rented apartments.

As they relate and prove with documents, these families entered to live in the Green Park apartments with supposedly legal rental contracts, and after a long time paying in cash at a rate of 550 euros per month, they have found that a company is suing them so that they leave, some through the corresponding judicial channels with a launch date, but others to the brave, breaking doors with the family inside, changing locks, and removing the families and their belongings by force, also suffering cuts of Intentional light as a measure of pressure.

Those affected have not wanted to publicize their names due to fear of reprisals, given the violence that according to them are being exercised by the vigilantes of the urbanization who are from companies with the same administrator who acquired the rights to the Green Park complex from the son – now deceased- of the promoter of these apartments that began as tourist apartments in 1986 and became residential as of 2008, with a few owners, although most are tenants, who they want to kick out to collect the two million euros that the vulture fund to acquire those apartments.

Most of the people affected are lifelong workers in the tourism sector now unemployed or with minimal sales, who are very concerned and do not find a solution, nor do they have the income to face a rental elsewhere. And the worst thing is that they do not have proof of their payments, because the money does not appear in the bank accounts of the theoretical company to which they paid the rent, Gae Communities Sur SL, always doing it in cash, says Carlos one of those who He has been in the complex for less time, just six months.

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Given the seriousness of the matter, different anti-eviction platforms have contacted the Department of Social Affairs of San Miguel de Abona and mediation is expected to try to find a prompt solution.

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