I found out yesterday, and it was actually pretty simple. I walked over to each of the two properties and read the notices on the doors of each. A local bank owns the big house on the west; Bank of America has the one on the southeast.
So you'd think one could simply call the banks and ask how much they want for the properties.
Oh no. They have to get a realtor involved, and who knows when they'll get that done. When that happens, though, maybe you'd like to move next door. Here's the one on the west:
|This is where the original house was, the one that burned.|
|The view from the old house location|
We have no desire to own that place. Now let's move on to the other one:
|I guess it qualifies as an earth home.|
|back yard, with pool|
Or maybe you'd like to be my neighbor, fix up the house, and rent the barn to us?