The neigbor who went bankrupt and is being foreclosed on moved out this weekend. Thank God, he took that wretched dog with him. So the house sits. The grass on his one acre lot so help me must be over a foot high. It rains a lot here in the Commonwealth of Pa, and he has cut the grass once this year. It turns out the Veterans Administration owns the note and I understand that they will probably let it go for cheap without having to bother fixing it up. I would still love to see it, but am afraid of what is growing and living in the jungle of grass over there. The neigbor out back is rejoicing that he left so now she can do some trimming of the trees that overhang her property. What a shame that people have to live like that. NowI guess the taxpayers have to shell out because he didn't pay the note. He was so arrogant about how he got a better deal because he & the wife #1 both had their names on the deed and he got to declare bankruptcy first. Wow! Then, like this guy hasn't enough misery- the company he works for will lay him off this July. From what I heard the wedding plans for September 00 are still on track. There goes the guy of my dreams-not!The roommate bought his storage shed at a good price. I have my eye on the rose bushes, but am afraid of ticks.The last house on the block that the occupants slipped away on sat idle for a year and a half. Let's see what happens here. Now another fun day at the dentist is on the calendar today and I think it's going to rain AGAIN.Real Estate Reporting:wdg :>
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