A young family got the opposite of a warm welcome when they moved house.
They left their new home in Auckland, New Zealand, vacant for a few days as they prepared for the big life change.
But unfortunately, their security alarm was faulty and started ringing through the night.
This didn’t make a good impression on their new next door neighbours, who left them a scathing note.
The angry letter, typed out by an anonymous local resident, reads: “Your alarm went off from 5pm and didn’t stop all night long.”
They then accused the buyers of being “irresponsible profit seekers” who are trying to cash in by renovating an affordable property.
The note adds: “Our school-aged children could not sleep because your irresponsible profit-seeking a*** needs a few more dollars flipping a f***ing s**thole house in an already overpriced housing market.
“F*** you, you vulture. Sincerely, your ‘neighbours’.”
The house buyer was shocked by the expletive-filled letter and swiftly apologised to their neighbours.
They said: “We're a family with young children so I'm dismayed at causing someone else's children unrest.
“Whoever wrote us this note caused a lot of hurt and we are not investors who’ve flipped anything but are a family who’ve signed on for a huge 30 year mortgage in this overpriced market in hope of owning somewhere to bring our kids up in.”
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After the story went viral, many defended the homeowner and urged neighbours not to be so quick to judge.
In a local Facebook group, an administrator explained: “Mistakes happen. Take a breath and try not to make assumptions.
“This person is a new homeowner who is stretched to get a home for their family, not a speculator, as assumed by the writer of this note.
“You could be neighbours for a long time to come.”
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