Bondi hoarders raise cash to halt auction

Bondi hoarders raise cash to halt auction - 27th June 2016

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A family of hoarders will be able to stay in their beachside Sydney home after clearing enough of their debts to stall a forced auction.

The Bondi property was set to go under the hammer on Monday evening, to recover an estimated $160,000 in outstanding clean-up costs and legal fees owed to the local council.

But the infamous 'Bondi hoarders', who've lived at 19 Boonara Avenue for 25 years, came up with enough cash to keep the sheriff's office at bay late on Monday afternoon.

It's understood that owner Mary Bobolas and her two daughters, Elena and Liana, still have debts outstanding, which if not paid could trigger another auction.

Waverly Council have reportedly tried to clean up the property 15 times over the years.

The property has an estimated price of more than $2 million.


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