Kelowna developer allegedly in default on home mortgage

Mark Consiglio.
Mark Consiglio. Global News/File Image

KELOWNA – A well-known Kelowna developer could be forced to sell his family home in a foreclosure lawsuit.

In papers filed at the Kelowna law courts, it’s alleged Mark Consiglio and one of his numbered companies have defaulted on mortgage payments for the house and property at 309 Tanager Drive.

It’s alleged no payments have been made since September 2014.

Daljit Kaur Thind, of Vancouver, and the estate of Gurjit Singh Thind claim they are owed $98,893.38.

They say they have never been offered an update or payout of the mortgage.

Thind is seeking a court order to sell the property which is reportedly valued at more than $1 million.

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The petitioners also want an Order for Forced Entry to change locks and take any other necessary measures to secure the property.

In response, Consiglio claims the mortgage is not in default and the foreclosure application should be dismissed because it has no statutory authority.

Consiglio is the developer of the controversial Kelowna Mountain project on the southern outskirts of the city.