Couple defend rights to street (CA)

A Chinese-American couple said they will stand by the city of San Francisco and defend their ownership of a street in one of the city’s richest neighborhoods, where the homeowners want the purchase negated.  Michael Cheng and Tina Lam, both real estate investors based in San Jose, bought Presidio Terrace, a private oval street, for $90,100 in 2015, when the city put it up for auction because the homeowners association failed to pay property tax bills for three decades.    Read the article…………..


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