Neighbors believed she was destitute. They discovered money and gold when they sold his residence

Alex Archbold flipped antiquities. He searched junkyards, decrepit homes, and basements. Sometimes he acquired whole homes with their contents, but not usually. But purchasing a weird old lady’s home was smart. Betty Joan Ruck, the previous owner, was a humble piano instructor. Everyone thought she was a peculiar elderly lady. Betty smiled and dressed cheerfully. Alex met this elderly widow when he resold her 1964 Cadillac. The guy believed the sale would save the elderly lady. Alex claimed he never entered Betty’s home (it wasn’t cleaned), and he completed all the documents outside.

The guy spotted Joan at cafés and on the streets and loved her positivity and wanderlust; she holidayed in Hawaii every year. Alex chose to purchase the whole house in November 2020. As he entered, he got shocked. The flats were full with junk, but amid it were wallets with money, gold bars, suitcases with gold jewelry, rare coins, and ancient gizmos.

In closets, clothing, books, and shoes, money was everywhere. The mansion was full with valuables. Alex purchased the elderly woman’s home for $10,000 since the neighbors thought her income was minimal. The guy has sold various things at auction and made $250,000. He expects $400,000. Alex’s finest investment was Betty’s home. This anecdote shows that looks and conduct aren’t enough to assess a person. People aren’t always what others think. Betty appeared like a poor old eccentric, yet she was a billionaire.

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Neighbors believed she was destitute. They discovered money and gold when they sold his residence
A man changed his mind about selling an abandoned house: he discovered an interesting find in the backyard