Back in October 2017, We decided to buy a condo unit at a pre-selling price, Our signed contract says that we will pay the first 20% of the Unit's total contract price within 48 months, and pay the rest in the 49th month... and we are also promised that we can move in once the unit is already built...
then came the day that the unit was built, they then sent us an e-mail saying that we should pay all the remaining balance and gave us only three options: 1) Outright payment 2) Bank Loan 3) In-house payment, so we contacted them and disputed this, in response they just gave us another option: that we will continue to pay 48 months (that is worth 14K plus), but we are not able to move in and we should also pay the condo's monthly maintenance fees...
Currently we are insisting on the payment term that we have signed and agreed upon in the beginning, and if they would not comply we will demand for a full refund... we will know their decision this Friday (October 25, 2018)
Reason of review: breach of contract.
Monetary Loss: $150000.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
I liked: Wala.
I didn't like: Are unprofessional.