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History OF THE DUUUVAL HOUSE

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People always ask how we found the house. So many people have told me they have tried to buy it for decades. I credit twitter. 

The last occupants listed it on Zillow for $300,000. While extravagantly priced in its condition at the time, this caused a bit of a frenzy on twitter. Like others, I was interested in partnering up with some fellow Jaguars fans/friends for a time share tailgate house. After doing some research, it was discovered that there was a $2 million-plus IRS tax lien was on the house and it was up for auction a couple months later. 

We credit twitter and @jagsdrew with the find.

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