Helicopter for Creamer
After selling Penmon, Lon Padog, Whinacres and taking 17 Chapel Street in a part exchange, Anita ended up with just over £300,000 and purchased 2 Coed-yr-Afon, Gyffin for £379,950, we put down just under £320,000 deposit and Anita got a mortgage on her own for £63,000.
2 Coed-yr-Afon was a new build, purchased from K & C Homes for £379,950 and I agreed with the contractor that I would do a lot of work myself, adding a conservatory to the property, paving all the back garden, a raised decking area with a hot tub, erected walls to garden boundaries, block pavoured the driveway and turfed the lawn to the front of the property.
Any work that I have done to our properties has always been done to a high-spec, I’m a great believer if it’s done right you will never have a problem selling it.
Below are some photos of the work I carried out on the property.
At the end of 2006 we decided to put the house up for sale, it was marketed by Fletcher & Poole estate agents and valued at £465,000, it was up for sale for a couple of months and then we took it off the market.
Around about November 2007, a couple who were from out of the area, visited the property and fell in love with the house, asking me did I want to sell it, I agreed to sell, saying I wanted £465,000, the gentleman and lady that had called (Rob and Jean Carter) they offered me £450,000, I refused, you can read their letter below.
We eventually agreed on £455,000, this was a cash sale from Mr & Mrs Carter with no chain. The deal was done, we sold the property and moved into rented accommodation at Cwrt Llywelyn, Conwy.
Anita redeemed her mortgage on the property at Coed-yr-Afon, which was £63,000. Anita was eventually left with £393,000 cash in her bank account from the sale of the property.
Again what I am amazed at is Mr & Mrs Carter gave us £455,000 cash for the house, all transactions went through J.W. Hughes & Co and yet the police were happy that the transactions were legitimate this time, so they never charged Rob & Jean Carter in the conspiracy.
Anita purchased 2 Coed-yr-Afon and sold it around about 2 years later, between them Anita & the Carters paid just under £25,000 in stamp duty to the government, if what Anita is meant to have done is fraudulent, which it is NOT, what right have the government got to keep the money?
Long after I sold the house, Don Kenyon decides to go and harass Rob & Jean Carter to see if this deal was legitimate, which it was and furthermore, sends the helicopter over the Carter’s house, taking pictures and also went to the house on foot to take a picture.
This helicopter bill must have been horrendous and he thought he was David Bailey with his camera.
As you can see from when I had the property, they dug all the garden up, to plant shrubs, each to their own!!
This surely must be a breach of Mr & Mrs Carter’s human rights?
The witch–hunt continues…
JFT96 – YNWA