"I expect these families will invite guests over, between 30 to 40 people," he told the Star-Bulletin. "I'm going to choose families with lots of friends. They're going to be like my family."In the process of doing this, he has construction crews tearing down walls and filling swimming pools with the debris (and presumably violating all sorts zoning regulations, construction laws, land covenants, etc.).
This is crazy stuff. On the surface, the guy appears very altruistic but clearly there is something else going on here. He is trying to lower the property values of this neighborhood for some reason. I have no idea why. In any event, this is more than enough reason to walk away from the purchase.
Welcome to the Aloha spirit. Ugh.