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Couple Purchases A Street In San Francisco (8 pics)

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After the board failed to pay the $14 a year property tax, Tina Lam and Michael Cheng bought this street with 38 mansions on it in San Francisco for only $90,000. They may start charging residents rent for their parking spaces, and residents are shocked by the news.

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№1 Author: kryptor (10 Aug 2017 05:51) Total user comments: 4717


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no source link ... as usual

this story is crazy:
the accountant that was handling the tax payment (of $14 yearly) on behalf of the homeowners ... quit ... back in the eighties !!!
so the property tax wasn't paid for over thirty years, therefore it went up
for auction in 2015. The couple who bought it have a history of quietly sneaking
in a buying properties in this manner.
Needless to say the homeowners are suing the city ... I would too

source:

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/san-francisco-couple-buys-swanky-presidio-t
errace-street-90-000-n790781
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№2 Author: Iguana (12 Aug 2017 01:21) Total user comments: 630


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Quote: kryptor
no source link ... as usual

this story is crazy:
the accountant that was handling the tax payment (of $14 yearly) on behalf of the homeowners ... quit ... back in the eighties !!!
so the property tax wasn't paid for over thirty years, therefore it went up
for auction in 2015. The couple who bought it have a history of quietly sneaking
in a buying properties in this manner.
Needless to say the homeowners are suing the city ... I would too

source:

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/san-francisco-couple-buys-swanky-presidio-t
errace-street-90-000-n790781


good shot 04
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