A campground owner and her husband have been forced to sell their house after they found out it was going to be auctioned off for a fraction of its current value.
The house was originally built in 1969 as part of a renovation and was later converted into a tent for a weekend camp.
The property was sold for $2,200 in 2012.
The owner, whose name has not been released, had planned to sell the house at auction to raise money for a community garden.
The couple have been living in the tent for two years.
They say the auction process is being held in the name of charity but were not able to confirm that the charity is actually helping them out.
They have a mortgage on the house and a business and are still paying off their mortgage.
They are also still owed the mortgage on their previous home and the rent on their house.
We are also struggling to pay our utility bills.
We have had to give up the ability to live in the house because the sale was going on.
We were able to buy a house and move in but we still need to pay the mortgage.
We have no income because we don’t have a business, so we need to get a job to pay for that.
They have had no income since moving into the tent.
The couple said they have been struggling with the lack of a home and are struggling to afford the costs of living.
“It’s a big deal to us,” they said.
“We have three kids, so it’s been hard.
It’s been really hard.”
The couple are not expecting much from the sale.
The property was bought for $5,000 and was listed for $10,000 in 2013.
They said the sale is being handled by a company that is not registered as a charity and it is unknown what the charity’s mission is.
They also said they are not sure if the charity has an agent.
They believe the sale will not have a negative impact on their family’s finances.
“My husband is a contractor and we have been paying him $3,000 a month.
He is still making $2 per hour,” they added.
They plan to start a new business to pay off their current mortgage, but have not been able to find any help.