Someone is getting Fired..Very Expensive Houses being Built go Up in Flames


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“Hey contractor how’s my new house coming along”………contractor
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0 +1 alias_villian 2 months ago

«well better then 200 billion dollars of weed:ermm:»

2 +1 Charles Manson 2 months ago

«They must not have a Fire Dept»

1 +1 Charles Manson 2 months ago

«All that work up in smoke»

13 +1 Parkins 2 months ago

«This is what happens when you build cheap cookie cutter houses, and place them 1 ft from each other. Whole row goes up in 2 mins.»

5 +1 farvelvane 2 months ago

«hahahaha i hope that was a liberal or an influencer's house. And i hope that they had put all the money they got from begging their stupid viewers on that house.»

9 +1 TheFullBeanz 2 months ago

«If the houses were spread out more that wouldn't have happened to so many»

3 +1 FuckAmericanWhacks 2 months ago

«"more peaceful protests today against the rich white racist housing"»

4 +1 cassiex 2 months ago

«cardboard houses, yikes»

4 +1 416citizen 2 months ago

«I'm willing to bet $100 that this is Ontario, Canada»

0 +1 SquidwardBussy 2 months ago

«@416citizen lol you from Ontario too?»

0 +1 AceCombat6842 2 months ago

«@SquidwardBussy This looks like the houses that went up in Kanata a few years ago just outside ottawa.»

0 +1 farvelvane 2 months ago

«@AceCombat6842 you mean this video old as fuck?»

0 +1 Dave63 1 month ago

«@416citizen Bramladesh would be my guess.»

4 +1 SspinN 2 months ago

«Cheap townhouses go up in flames is more like it. Tyvek instead of zipwall and it’s prepped for vinyl siding with aluminum fascia’s which is cheap shit. Blame the spear chuckers for the fire»

2 +1 Salinan 2 months ago

«insurance?»

0 +1 416citizen 2 months ago

«@Salinan these are homeowners that aren't able to close on pre-construction houses because interest rates are too high and people aren't getting approved for financing or they bought these in speculation with only 10-20% down with the intent of selling or 'assigning' the contract to another buyer for a profit but now because the market has shifted, they can't sell for a profit and now don't have the funds to close. Lots of speculators and people that can't afford todays interest rates are walking away from homes with big losses anywhere from walking away with no profits to losing $200,000+»