Friday, May 16, 2008


I appreciate the honesty in the listing: "The Ultimate Fixer. Not for the faint of heart." When a house is a former meth lab, I guess there's not much point in pretending that all it needs is a fresh coat of paint and some granite countertops to perk it right up.


Jason said...

I thought they had to bulldoze former meth labs down and remove the top soil and all kind of other stuff?

Theresa said...

Yeah, I always thought they burned them with everything inside. But why not sell it first and make some money?

Anonymous said...

our real estate agent told us former meth labs had to be razed because you can still get high off the fumes locked in the walls, carpet, etc.