CAYUELA BAGANO, Colombia – The owner of a real estate company in Colombia’s Bogota neighborhood said he is selling his condo, a luxury apartment and his car to fund a trip to Europe.
The condo is located on the corner of Canal and Via Avenida Camarena.
He said he will buy a new condo next year and buy a boat, but only if he can find a buyer willing to pay more than the asking price.
The unit has a view of the bay and can be rented for as little as 1,000 pesos ($17) per month, but the price has jumped to 1,500 pesos a month.
He said the unit is not a problem and he has never been in the area before, but he said the condos are a little too expensive.
He added that the owners of the apartment and the condo have a history of violence and corruption.
I have been working on this property for the last six months, but I have been afraid of getting in trouble.
The property is being marketed by the same person who owns the condo.
He’s not from here, he’s not known to us.
The owner of the condo said he sold his condo and the apartment because he did not like the fact that his family had been attacked by drug gangs and that the area has been a haven for violent gangs.
The building was the site of a deadly brawl in 2010.
The city of Cartagna declared a state of emergency last year and arrested the owner of several apartments and condominiums, who was later sentenced to three years in prison.