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Two-million dollar home trashed

Ktla_newsHere is one of the stories that KTLA News is working on this evening:

Real estate agent Tom Moon was shocked at the condition of a repossessed, multimillion-dollar beachfront home in Huntington Beach. The former occupants apparently removed cabinets, a water heater, a bathtub, railings, hardwood floors and a toilet, among other things. Moon says he doesn't know for sure who's responsible, but he suspects  the dismantling was prompted by the anger of foreclosed occupants.  

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Welcome to the world of repossessions. This agent is obviously a newbie to real estate.

Too bad this agent is a legend in the REO business.


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