Fun today due to the full moon:
Last night the neighbors across the street (not the one who is mad dogging me now) but the ones renting from the same landlord just behind him, drove up in a U-haul and packed all night. They then had a yard sale going at the same time they were still packing! Sudden move so we are all speculating on why. It's been just about a year so maybe the year's lease is up? OR due to the plumbing problems over there (landlord has been here 4 times in 2 weeks), maybe he kicked them out? OR they can't afford a rent increase or just rent in general and decided to move suddenly OR they were kicked out for non-payment.
So that means: NEW people moving in sometime soon. Oh yuk! We are all hoping they are just as quiet and have limited numbers of cars.
THEN the Realtor from yesterday showed up at the vacant house followed by the guys from yesterday and then the Realtor who has the actual listing. They all went in and spent about 1/2 hour looking at the house and yard.
Soooooo after they left, my friend and I went on our walk and just happened to walk across the street and talk to the Agent. Ha. He wouldn't let us see inside but confirmed that the 'hoard' is STILL THERE. He said it's awful in there. Also told us they have a good offer on the table, and some lowball offers. AND the hoarded stuff will be moved out sometime by someone who made a 'deal' to take it all. I'm assuming it's the snake. Yup, I'll betcha.
In any case, there will be massive rehabbing going on over there. We also enlightened the Realtor about the Plumbing. He had no idea nothing works. Old guy was using plastic bags for toilet and putting them in the trash. I'm assuming the entire system is clogged. It's on septic, not sewer. We also told him about the lien on the property which he didn't see when he did his search. Told him to check the city and he would find it.
He gave us his card and asked if we would call him if anything suspicious happened. I told him I would. Now I have to call him, because on the way around the block, we saw something lying in the yard at the back and it turned out to be an entire inch thick packet of Tax Returns with the old guy's total information on them. Ugh! Couldn't reach over to get them, don't wanna call cops, don't want to call the 'caretaker' guy and get him in trouble for being there. AND also lying nearby was a clock that means obviously sometime in the last 2 days, someone broke in somewhere and stole more stuff. I'm worried about the 'identity theft' if anyone has his paperwork and esp. if someone comes back to get those Tax returns.
The drama never ends. I'd buy the place if I had the money, but they want way too much. The current offer, which the niece may take is 20k less than asking. Not too bad, but surely way too much for that crappy house and all it's problems. Hope the new owners know what they are in for.
WARNING! This person is extremely blonde...please type SLOWLY.