Monday, September 22, 2014

stories of a house and a contract Part 1, a financial instrument



It will be advisable to pay careful attention to where the financial instrument is based as this sequence moves forward.  In earlier snoco listings Future Hope Revocable Living Trust was described as based at what was Mars Hill corporate headquarters

https://www.snoco.org/proptax/(x5uewe45hikjyf55g2guwo3l)/search.aspx?parcel_number=00704300000600

http://wenatcheethehatchet.blogspot.com/2013/09/mars-hill-church-in-may-and-june-of.html?showComment=1381091090660#c9150088969919421441

Wenatchee the Hatchet said...
https://www.snoco.org/proptax/(x5uewe45hikjyf55g2guwo3l)/search.aspx?parcel_number=00704300000600

Shows now that on September 5, 2013 the real estate was transferred from Future Hope Revocable Living Trust to Downs Family Revocable Living Trust for a price of $0. The Downs Family Revocable Living Trust has a mailing address of

1402 LAKE TAPPS PKWY E STE 104 #307, AUBURN, WA 98092-8157

Pretty obviously a UPS Store type set-up where a private mailbox is set up that gives no clear indication of the physical addresses to which it may correspond. Future Hope Revocable Living Trust was located at the Mars Hill corporate headquarters at 1411 NW 50TH ST, SEATTLE, WA 98107.

So the most recently listed transfer as of the date this post was published looks like a simple paper transfer that likely does not change anything about who resides at the estate.



But we'll see that the address for the trust changed, and we'll keep seeing the trust showing up in relationship to the house for obvious reasons. But for now we'll switch tracks to another kind of contract, or the idea of it.











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