A family of four is considering selling a $2 million home in the Phoenix area after the family lost out on $250,000 in tax breaks, according to a real estate blog.
The property is owned by a real-estate developer in Phoenix, who is also a tenant in the home.
The family is currently in the process of selling the property and moving into a new home, and it will be the first home they have bought in the United States since 2000.
The site Real Estate Nation said the property was sold to a Phoenix real-ty firm for $250 to $300 million.
“It’s going to be a great house, a very nice house, and a nice family home,” the site’s co-founder, Chris LeVine, said.
LeVines daughter, who lives in the house, told the blog that the family is considering moving out and making the move to California.
“They love the area and they really want to get to a place that’s a little more urban,” the girl said.
“I’m just hoping that this property is just the beginning of what’s going on.”
The home is in the city of Phoenix, and the site said the seller is trying to sell the property in the next two years.
Real estate blog The Next Page said that the site is not a realtor, and LeViners daughter did not provide her full name.
LeVarines daughter said that she wants the buyer to take out a mortgage to make the purchase.
The buyer will have to pay the mortgage upfront, but if the property is sold at auction, the property will go to the city for the owner to pay down the loan, according the blog.
Real EstateNation said that if the family does move, they will need to pay taxes on the home, which are not included in the sale price.