A Maryland couple signed a deal to buy their foreclosed home on Thursday.
By Friday, a stranger was living in a house with a “no trespassing” sign.
“Right now my client is very upset and doesn’t know what to do at this point,” the real estate agent said.
On Thursday, the couple struck a deal with the bank to purchase a vacant house in Clinton, Maryland.By Friday, a mysterious stranger moved in and refused to leave
The couple, who want to keep their identities private, first noticed a stranger moving into their new home on Thursday and immediately called their real estate agent to find out who the new occupants were and who was previously in a foreclosure. I investigated how I was able to move to the house where I had been living. According to WUSA9.
“She panicked a bit and called me and was like, ‘What’s going on here?
Just a day after the mysterious occupants showed up, Mr. King said he put up “no trespassing” and “watch out for dogs” signs. The news station reported Dragu saw at least two of his men at his Place home on Friday.
When the couple confronted the man on Thursday, they were shown documents the man claimed to be Reese, but King said she doubted its authenticity. called.
“When the police got to the scene, they looked at the lease and it wasn’t accurate. It wasn’t right,” King said.
But Prince George’s County Police told WUSA9 that the bizarre case was more of a “civil matter” for sheriffs to handle. was not obtained.
The men claimed the lease belonged to an uncle named “Quinn” but could not provide a surname.
King said the couple is seeking answers from the bank as to how they managed to break into the home. The home is listed as “Pending” on the Long & Foster Real Estate website.
“Right now my client is very upset and I don’t know what to do at this point. ‘It shouldn’t take this long to deal with this.’
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