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Meet the Investor: Real Estate Investing Interview with Chris Clement

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I thought I had it bad when I bought my current residence (the previous owner left at least 100 pounds of dog crap in the back yard, hundreds of cigarette butts, broken bottles, and construction materials buried in the snow – imagine my surprise as the snow melted!) . . . at least I was [...] View the full article: Meet the Investor: Real Estate Investing Interview with Chris Clement on The BiggerPockets Blog. This content is Copyright © 2017 BiggerPockets, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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    Eric Medemar
    Replied over 13 years ago
    I bought a Cat type house once as well, I bought it after a land contract had exprired and the guy had locked 9 cats in the home then abandoned it. Needless to say 9 cats and 6 months later, the smell was out of control. Not only did the cats piss and S*it all over, but they died as well. Not pretty. I felt bad for the cats, Im sure the old owner will get his in time. The home litterally smelled from the street.
    Eric Medemar
    Replied over 13 years ago
    I bought a Cat type house once as well, I bought it after a land contract had exprired and the guy had locked 9 cats in the home then abandoned it. Needless to say 9 cats and 6 months later, the smell was out of control. Not only did the cats piss and S*it all over, but they died as well. Not pretty. I felt bad for the cats, Im sure the old owner will get his in time. The home litterally smelled from the street.