Squatters take over Chicago woman’s home as she tries to sell, claim they’ve been scammed themselves: report
A Chicago homeowner attempting to sell her family home found that squatters had taken over while claiming that someone had scammed them and leased them the home.
Afound herself embroiled in an expensive and time-consuming legal battle with a squatter she discovered in her family home while trying to sell the property.Karen Polktold WGN-TV this weekthat she was tidying up her family’s home in Chicago’s Chatham neighborhood in order to sell the property now that her mother had passed away and discovered a squatter had sneaked in and refused to leave.
Polk said the people in the home told her that they paid money several months rent up front to another person and signed a lease. She said she was not sure if that was true or part of a scam, but that she is now stuck in a legal battle trying to figure it out.
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