Karmin For the grab bag of less luxurious listings that constitute the bulk of the RTC portfolio – foreclosed homes, motels, shopping malls, office and apartment buildings, industrial parks and vacant land – the market seems even more forbidding.
Still, plucky sales agents are rising to the challenge.
“The roof dips a tudge on one side, the porch has a hole in it and there are termites,” admits Kat Woolford, who is hawking a $7,500, two-bedroom shack on a third of an acre in Tomball, Tex., north of Houston.
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They got up there and said she was fine.' He said he later spoke to the 22-year-old that day, who blasted him for creating a scene at the hotel.
'She got mad at me for calling the hotel and dispatching a wellness check, but she promised me she was fine,' he said.
'I talked to her on Sunday and she sounded out of it, but again promised me that she was okay.' He said that he was shocked when he heard that Kacey was hospitalized.'I told her to just lay low and not do anything crazy because I’d be off the grid Monday and then I hear about this and she’s in the hospital.' Kacey is said to be still being treated at the Northwestern Memorial Hospital today, where she is undergoing a mental evaluation.
But Blatt said that he has heard no news from his client.'I haven’t talked to her yet and the hospital won’t give me information because I’m not family,' he said.'I wish her the best and I’m happy she’s alive.
RTC inherited the property when it took over the bankrupt Southwest Savings & Loan Association earlier this year.
“There’s not a great market for 53,000-square-foot houses,” says Jack Lake, the RTC agent charged with finding a buyer.
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