If you've got a run-down old house that you aren't quite sure what to do with, you're in luck. Someone in Lubbock might be interested in buying it.

Perhaps it's time to kick the squatters out and snag yourself a deal from a kind soul who is willing to take that sad excuse for a house off your hands.

Maybe you got stuck with a family member's grody house that's full of trash and used adult diapers. Maybe you ran out of money repairing an old fixer-upper and half of it needs a ton of work and it's just sitting there collecting dust. No big deal. Somebody in town is totally willing to take that burden off of your hands.

I got a little curious and decided to call the number seen in the picture taken above to see what they were all about. Unfortunately, it was picked up by a 3rd-party answering service, but they were delighted to hear I was interested to speak with them and they took my information down. I'll update this story later when I get the scoop on who's actually putting these signs up.

Once, a family member of mine actually bought a really run-down house here in Lubbock for $5,000 and later sold it for six figures. One man's trash is truly another man's treasure, and investing in trap houses might just make you rich considering how many nasty dump holes we have around Lubbock. There's plenty to choose from.

Anything to make Lubbock cleaner, safer, and better is a good thing in my book.

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