A "red flag" subdivision is a development in which the developer can opt to not provide utilities service (water, gas electric, sewer, water drainage, sidewalks, street lights, etc.). Buyers sometimes are deceived into believing that these services will be provided by the city or county at no cost -- but, in practically every circumstance, the buyer/property owner is required to pay the city/county to provide such services.
If you and the other owners believe that you have collectively been duped into purchasing in expectation that utilities would be provided by the developer, then you may want to contact a class action law firm, and attempt to recover from the developer.
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