Saturday 13 August 2022 06:58 AM Nevada homebuyer unwittingly buys 84 homes instead of one after typo trends now
A Nevada woman is now the legal owner of an entire neighborhood - after the title for her $594,481 home mistakenly included a further 84 properties worth an estimated $50 million.
The unnamed woman - who, when reached by The Reno Gazette Journal replied 'no comment', with a smiley face emoji - intended to buy one home in Sparks, northeast of Reno.
Yet when she filed her documents with the assessor for Washoe County, it was immediately noticed that there was a massive error, and she had an additional 84 properties and two common spaces.
The documents, noted on July 25, state that she owns 'lots 1 through 85 … and Common Areas A and B.'
The unnamed woman thought she had purchased one home when her property titles were registered on July 25: in fact, she had 84 additional