Family fights for $900,000 home

Michigan family ordered to demolish $900,000 home because of construction shortcut taken by previous owner.

(WDIV) Farmington Hills family is battling the water resources commissioner after being told that it has to tear down its $900,000 home.

The Dhillon family bought the nearly $1 million house out of foreclosure thinking they got a real bargain. But now, the house has turned out to be the money pit of all money pits.

Six years ago, the Dhillons got a letter that told them they had to tear down their home and pick up the tab for the entire demolition. The Dhillons have been waging that battle with the county ever since.

The house sits atop a sewerage easement installed in the 1970s that went in before a house ever sat there.

When the house was built in the early 2000s, the legal filings said the builder, who was also the homeowner at the time, removed a manhole to the sewer, sealed it off and put the house on top of it.

The county has since sent video robots inside the sewer line and discovered leaks.

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