Builders Find A Bizarre 1-Ton Piece Of History Within The Walls Of A Tear-Down

By 2 years ago

Buying a foreclosed home always has some surprises. Usually, due to being bank owned, potential buyers cannot enter the premises before purchasing. Honestly, even if they could go in, there was no way that they would be unearthing a wonderful piece of New Jersey history. Plus, it unearths another story of The Great Depression that many people never realized…

Foreclosure

This small home in Hamilton, New Jersey was slated as a foreclosure when some business partners found it. Marc Manfred and Brandon Breza’s plan was to renovate it and resell it. It would prove to be a fun project for the two as they flipped the house, but they were unaware of what was within the walls…

Time To Flip

It was time to inspect the building. Before they could do anything, they needed to see if any of it was salvageable. When purchasing a foreclosure, little to no information is given. Usually, people have to see what the property will be like after they buy it…

First Walk-Through

When they entered the home for the first time, it was just as they thought it would be… A total dump. There was a lot to go through. This home was not taken care of. That’s when they got the news…

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