I purchased a beautiful 3 level (3 bed/2bath) condo in their Athens Terrace development. I moved into the property from November 26 ? December 1. In mid-December, California experienced massive rains. My fire alarm started going off. I wasn?t cooking so I had trouble figuring out what was alarming. Eventually, I followed the siren into one of the bedrooms on the second level. There were a couple of drips coming from the alarm. I had to unhook the alarm to stop it from ringing. When I did, water came gushing out of the alarm. I ran to the third level to see what damage was going on up there to cause damage on 2. The water was sinking down from my closet. There is an emergency exit/hatch on the third level so I crawled up to see what was going on with my roof. I felt over the hatch and discovered that there was no sealant to stop water from collecting around my hatch. I was later to realize that water seeped in through the seams down my closet wall, pooled on the third floor, and was puddling in my fire alarm. In other words, this was getting ready to cause some type of electrical fire. I called the management company, Wilshire Pacific Equities, which has its own set of problems. The people that they hire could not come out that day because there were so many problems. They promised to come the next day?Monday, December 20, 2010. On Monday, they called and told me that they were at another place that was flooded. Later I was to find out that it was the unit up from me. In the interim, the finally came 6 days later, Friday, December 24, 2010. They put tarp up because mold was forming and have not been back since, in spite of my repeated calls to the Management Company.