Serial squatter lives in multi-million home 2 yrs

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Over the last year, a Seattle-area landlord has been trying to evict a tenant who has been living in his $2 million home for nearly two years without paying rent, but has been stymied by a legal non-profit that intervened to help the squatter and a backlogged, inefficient court system.

Serial squatter Sang Kim and his family first moved into mom-and-pop landlord Jaskaran Singh’s rental property in Bellevue, Wash., in summer 2022. Kim paid rent for the first month of the lease agreement, which expired in April 2023, and hasn’t since made another payment himself. Instead, he’s been receiving outside financing from a legal group sympathetic to his situation.

Kim presently owes Singh more than $50,000 in unpaid rent, given that the house costs $4,400 per month. Singh’s total financial losses are upwards of $80,000 when legal fees are taken into consideration.



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