The following is an affidavit that I have written to the Washington Post regarding a story I wrote about the Spokane apartment complex.
My name is Sarah Miller and I am an attorney.
I am a resident of Spokane and have been for almost five years.
I own and manage an apartment complex in Spokane called the Downtown Spokane Apartment Association (DSAPA).
I am not a lawyer, but I do understand how real estate appraisal is performed.
I have worked for DSAPA for the past 15 years and was a certified appraiser for the company from 2001 until 2013.
I was an experienced real estate agent in the area.
I also served as an attorney for a client who was involved in the sale of the Spokane Plaza apartment complex to the developer, but who did not make a profit on the project.
In that case, I was paid $300,000 in compensation for my work.
The company, which is part of the Downtown Apartment Alliance, does not have a profit sharing arrangement.
The agreement is for the benefit of the company and the developer.
However, because the developer is not paying the fees owed to me, I do not get the compensation.
The developer was never able to recoup the money I received from them.
The building was not worth its own weight in gold, and the owners did not deserve the money they were paid for it.
As I have been saying all along, this is a business.
And a small business owner who is doing his or her best to serve the community is entitled to the best possible deal.
As a result of my actions, I am in legal jeopardy, and I cannot trust the owners of this complex.
I cannot see any way that the owners could make the necessary payments to me and my firm to pay the $300 million in damages that they claim to owe me.
The owners are claiming that I am acting as a “piggybacking” agent, that is, acting as an “attorney for the developer” in a way that does not serve my client’s interests.
This is simply not true.
The owner of the property is not the developer and neither is the developer’s property.
The property is owned by the City of Spokane, which does not pay me for my services.
The city has no control over my client, and they have no responsibility for my actions.
The ownership of the land is in the hands of the developer as an independent contractor, and if I am the only agent working for the owner of this property, then the owner has no right to the property and has no reason to be paying me for the services that I perform.
It is simply wrong for the owners to claim that I do “attempted to do the bidding of the developers” and claim that they are using my services in order to collect money from me.
If the owner did not take this action, I would not be in legal danger.
The real estate market has changed dramatically over the past several years, and it is clear that the complex was not valued accurately in the past.
The land is not worth anything.
The price of the building is more than it was a few years ago.
The complex was purchased for $4 million, and then the developer sold it for $3 million.
The condo owners and the developers paid only $1 million for the land.
The buyer paid $1.5 million for it, the developer paid $500,000 for it and the condo owners paid $200,000.
If you are looking for a small apartment in the Spokane area, it is not an ideal location, but it is one that is a great deal for the average person.
The fact that this building has gone through an expensive re-development process has also affected its value.
There is a lot of speculation that the developers would sell the building for much more than the original purchase price, and that is absolutely not the case.
The developers paid $8.7 million for this building and are trying to sell it for about $8 million.
That is a tremendous price for this small unit.
The apartment complex, which has been the envy of local apartment complexes, has a beautiful and unique view of downtown Spokane and the Spokane River.
I work at the Downtown Address Center to assist people with real estate transactions and will continue to do so in the future.
Please contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.
Sincerely, Sarah Miller