Hope you listing agents never have to deal with this...

I've heard about issues you can run into with foreclosure listings, but this is a first for me:

Realtor Slices Price on Snake Infested Home

  • January 28 2011 - US
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Lol... We had a home here known as "The Bat Cave" that had several hundred bats living in the roof.

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  • January 28 2011
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Sakes alive...or should I say snakes alive. I wonder what kind of a deal you could get on that house. It will be interesting to see if there are any takers.
  • January 28 2011
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I saw a show about this house- it was on animal planet or discovery channel maybe. It seems this is the second time this house has foreclosed for this reason. Sad, but really what can you do? Who in the world would buy the house to live in? Maybe it could become some kind of exhibit.
  • February 22 2011
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I bet that house does not have a rodent problem. 
  • March 13 2011
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When I was a kid our friends built a house just up from ours.  When it started to warm up they could go out almost any day and kill 4 or 5 rattle snakes.  Finally they had to get a backhoe and dynamite to distroy the den.  That sping they ended up killing something over 200 snakes.  They never had a problem again but we all had snakes the rest of the summer.  
  • March 13 2011
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  We lived in the country and when they put city water in the backhoe operator came up to the house and said, you need to see this.  Out in the front yard where he had opened up the ground was thousands of snakes of every kind imaginable for our area. It was their den.  This house must be built on one.  It would be a pass for me.  lol 
  • March 16 2011
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