BILLINGSLEY, Iowa — A moving company has moved the home of an Iowa woman to a new apartment, but it will cost her $2,500 to make the move.
The billingsley-based company, KPMG, will pay the cost for the move of the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home.
It’s an average price for a one-bedroom apartment, and the company is expected to get $2.6 million in reimbursement from the state.
“It’s going to be a $2k deposit, but we don’t want to pay a lot of money upfront,” said Mary Hirsch, the managing director for the firm.
Hirsch said the company will pay for the cost of the move and the relocation of the home, which is located in the middle of an area with a lot more people. “
That’s what you’re seeing in the ads, but the truth is, we’re not getting that money back from the government.”
Hirsch said the company will pay for the cost of the move and the relocation of the home, which is located in the middle of an area with a lot more people.
The company will be paid $250,000 for the lease of the building and $500,000 per month for the first five years of the lease.
The state of Iowa is not reimbursing KPMGE for any expenses related to the move, Hirsch explained.
“The move is just like any other move in our building.
It’ll be moving, we’ll get the bills paid and the move will go forward,” Hirsch told ABC News.
Hirsch says the move is necessary to keep the home affordable for residents.
“People are moving out of apartments to condos, to apartments, and we need to keep this place affordable,” Hichs said.
The house has a $3,000 monthly rent and $2 per square foot rent.
It is in the city of Billings, a small town in central Iowa, about 30 miles north of Des Moines.
Hires to move the house have been under way for years.
The home, a two-story brick structure with four rooms, was purchased in 2007 for $3.6 Million by a developer for a price of $1.9 Million.
The owner of the property had plans to convert the house into condominiums.
But the building was eventually sold to another developer for $2 Million.
Hich’s firm, K-Town LLC, acquired the home in 2014.
Hides from law enforcement The home is located just a few miles from the border of Billing, about a five-minute drive north of Sioux Falls.
“Our first step is to try to get the paperwork in front of the city,” Hisch said.
“Then we’ll go to the city to get it approved for the sale and then we’ll do the relocation.”
Hich said she was shocked to learn the house was going to become a hotel and that it was on a block that houses an apartment complex.
She said KPMg was looking at moving the home into a hotel.
“I was stunned.
I thought we were going to have a hotel in this town.
It was not something I thought would happen,” Hichen said.
She also said the house is on a cul-de-sac where there are many homeless people.
Hichen explained that the house had a lot going on and the owners had been trying to move for several years.
“They are trying to get away from the problems that are happening around them.
The fact that it is now in a hotel was not a surprise to us at all,” she said.
Higsby Hirsch and her husband moved to the area about 20 years ago, Hijas new landlord said.
That property was purchased by Hijis company K-town LLC in 2014 and they moved into the property after renting it for a few months.
“This is a unique property that is located on a very small piece of land and it’s a prime property for our company.
We have the best properties, the best amenities, and it has all the amenities that are needed for a high-end residential complex,” Hijes owner said.
K- Town LLC has owned and operated the house for the past five years.
Hijs husband is a truck driver and he said he was looking forward to moving into a place that offered a better living environment.
“In my mind I thought, I’m going to get my life back, and I’m just going to do what I want,” Hikey said.
He said the move was the best decision he could have made.
“My husband and I are extremely grateful to the state of Hawkeye and to the Hogsby Hirst family,” Hjes owner Hijy said in a statement.
“When we purchased the property we were extremely concerned about the deteriorating quality of our building and the cost that was to be incurred for a relocation.”
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