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Couple Buys Dream Home, Seller Refuses to Move out Due to Eviction Moratorium

A couple in California who cash-purchased their dream home, suddenly got a rude awakening when the seller refused to leave, citing the coronavirus eviction moratorium. According to FoxBusiness, it has been over a year and the couple still cannot gain possession of the property. Efforts to enlist the authorities were met with frustration as the COVID rules rule prevented them from forcibly removing (evicting) the previous owner. Their real estate agent said the (previous) owner needed just over half a million dollars, and demanded it on a Sunday, which meant he was looking for a cash buyer. Continue reading HERE...

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