TandT wrote:Hmmm just realized that our house - which we took over recently - is listed on the facebook page as you mentioned. Your mentioning of the pool toys did the trick. We saw the pool table, the karaoke equipment and the colored pool toys there on one occasion together with a lot of empty bottles in the backyard but it was all gone on take over. No wonder the neighbors were happy that the house had been sold. It probably will not make any sense to contact the person behind the facebook profile? So happy that we changed the locks! Hopefully you will solve your issues with the party house - if you live next to our house, we can promise that it will not continue. :-)
Is your house located in a development that has a gate, security guard and/or a juristic organization with covenants ? Perhaps more importantly, can you discuss with your neighbors to determine if they formally complained or initiated any complaint actions (legal, police, etc) that might have contributed to your house ceasing to be a offered as a rental party house ? I am assuming that the previous owners of your house previously leased the home to another party that then sub-let the home on a daily basis for partying vacationers, but that eventually the home owners decided to instead sell the home, at which time you purchased it, is this correct ?
Any information you can provide will be greatly appreciated !