Gunman’s home for sale

The New Zealand Herald reports:

A bullet-pocked property at the centre of a 50-hour siege is for sale.

Number 41 Chaucer Rd is the notorious Napier address where gunman Jan Molenaar killed police officer Len Snee, then later turned the gun on himself. Constables Bruce Miller and Grant Diver were also shot and injured.

Real estate agents are coming up with a marketing plan to sell after the house was seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

Somehow I don’t think there’ll be many Napier realtors scrambling to get this listing!

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About Caleb Griffioen

With his old man being in the profession for as long as he can remember, it seemed only inevitable that Caleb would develop his own interest in real estate. Having completed his LLB/BA (Political Science) at the University of Canterbury in 2013, Caleb has gained a solid base knowledge of sales and consumer law, conveyancing, and housing policy issues. Initially joining the ‘Griff Team’ as a personal assistant in 2009, Caleb has now begun the transition into sales and is buoyed by what’s ahead of him. “With the city’s rebuild ramping up, it’s certainly an exciting time to be working in the real estate business.” Caleb’s attention to detail and intuitive grasp of new technologies ensures that the Griff Team is constantly on the (excuse the cliche) "cutting edge" of the industry.

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