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Old 05-14-2019, 02:44 PM   #68
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Originally Posted by joey2665 View Post
What are the other choices? Continue to pay the 350-400k per year to maintain the property in perpetuity? I do agree that 850k is high but 350k is being held and the funds will be made up 2 years after the sale additionally the city will collect the property tax
I believe it is the State of NH soliciting the $850K. I could be wrong. (Though my original thought was exactly the same as yours)
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