South Florida Family Stands Up To Timeshare Company Westgate resorts bought all the townhouses in an Orlando community — except one. Julieta Corredor declined to sell. She's suing now to keep her house from being surrounded by a timeshare development.

South Florida Family Stands Up To Timeshare Company

South Florida Family Stands Up To Timeshare Company

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Westgate resorts bought all the townhouses in an Orlando community — except one. Julieta Corredor declined to sell. She's suing now to keep her house from being surrounded by a timeshare development.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with a homeowner who would not give up. Westgate Resorts bought all the properties in a townhome community in Florida, all of them except one. Julieta Corredor declined to sell and remains in place even as the rest of the neighborhood was torn down around her. Now, she's suing to keep the house from being surrounded by a new timeshare development. Her son tells the Orlando Sentinel, it's not about the money, and adds, it's not like you can tell her what to do. It's MORNING EDITION.

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