Childhood home sold to a charming young number-based holding company


BRAMPTON – The local Feldmans family recently sold their beloved 2 story bungalow to a lovely newly incorporated holding company.

“Our family made a lot of memories in this house,” her daughter Jenna Feldman explained, looking wistfully at the SOLD sign on the front, “and I hope Principal Investment 472639 Holdings Ltd. will make so many memories.”

When asked what she thought about the sale of her childhood home, Feldman grew homesick.

“I have such fond memories of mom roasting the turkey on Christmas mornings, building sofa forts in the playroom with (siblings) Mark and Tara. Damn, maybe I’ll even come back someday and ask the limited liability company that’s sitting on the empty investment property if I can look around.

Older brother Mark Fedlman added, “I’m just happy mum and dad sold to a nice, stable company, instead of this sketchy startup that was asking around.”

Retired parents Frank and Irene Feldman would have been charmed by the holding company’s interest in buying their family home, especially for an additional $ 100,000.

“You know, Principal Investment 472639 Holdings Ltd. reminds me of Irene and I, right after our wedding, ”said Frank, admiring the wall inscriptions of his children’s different sizes over the years. “This year when we were deciding who to sell our house to, we sat down with their board of directors and asked them what their intentions were with the house, to make sure they were the right faceless company to move in. “

“They even wrote us a nice letter about their intentions with the house. Ever since they started as a sole proprietorship, they have always dreamed of celebrating a vacation with their foreign investors from Russia, before one day becoming an international high-rise conglomerate, ”added Frank, wiping a tear. .

Housing industry reports show the fastest growing home buying segment in Canada is done by polite number young holding companies, followed by lawyers operating on behalf of money launderers strangers and the moron with the inheritance in your undergraduate class.

As the Feldmans packed a life full of memories, they pondered the future of the house with the new number wallet company.

“I suspect this young and brilliant holding company won’t be alone in this big empty house for a long time,” speculated Irene Feldman as she put away old photos of her 3 families in the house they had occupied for more than 3 decades. “Before long, I bet Principal Investment 472639 will hear the noise of small subsidiaries. Then these adorable little holding companies will run around the neighborhood, making bullying offers to pressure our neighbors into selling their homes.

Irene added, “Or should I say, our former neighbors. Frank and I have been in the process of moving to a condo since house prices in Brampton went crazy.

At the time of going to press, Principal Investment 472639 Holdings Ltd. announced plans to turn the Feldmans childhood home into the Sephora of their dreams.

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