Shocked residents were welcomed to Auckland in a rude tone

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Young family who left their new home empty for a few days returns to find a shocking note from a neighbor after their faulty security alarm has gone off ALL NIGHT

  • Avondale’s new residents got on the wrong track with some of their neighbors
  • Newly installed home alarm system triggered by a faulty sensor and burned all night
  • Homeowners had no idea until they found the hard-worded note at the door
  • Shared story with the community’s Facebook page manager, brought to tears by a note

A young family has been welcomed to a new area with a rude, expletive note from an enraged neighbor.

The homeowners got on the wrong track with the neighbors after having an alarm installed before moving into the new Auckland home.

Unbeknownst to them, one of the sensors was malfunctioning and the alarm went off one night shortly before they moved to the house in Avondale, west of town.

Inundated with noise complaints and no way to contact the homeowners, the police finally showed up hours later with a locksmith to enter the house to turn off the alarm.

The new residents had no idea of ​​the drama until they arrived at their new home and found a hard-worded printed note on their doorstep.

Recent home buyers were welcomed to their new neighborhood with this note (photo)

Recent home buyers were welcomed to their new neighborhood with this note (photo)

“Hey f ** king a ** hole,” the letter begins.

‘Your house alarm went off from 5 p.m. and didn’t stop all night.

Our school-aged kids couldn’t sleep because your irresponsible profit-seeking a ** needs a few dollars more to turn a house into an already overpriced housing market.

‘F ** k you, you vulture. Sincerely, your ‘neighbors’. ‘

The hard note was shared with a local Facebook group, which brought the administrator to tears.

Mistakes happen. Take a deep breath and try not to make assumptions, ”the clerk began the post.

This person is a new homeowner making an effort to get a home for his family, not a speculator, as assumed by the writer of this note. You could be neighbors for a long time. ‘

He was told by the homeowners that they were ‘gutted’ from the note and embarrassed by what had happened.

The young family was moving into their new home they had recently purchased (stock image)

The young family was moving into their new home they had recently purchased (stock image)

The young family was moving into their new home they had recently purchased (stock image)

The couple added that they have since apologized personally to their neighbors, who were all “ nice. ”

“We are a family with young children, so I am amazed that I am disturbing someone else’s children,” they told the page manager.

“ Whoever wrote us this note hurt a lot and we are not investors who turned something around, but are a family who signed up for a massive 30-year mortgage in this overpriced market hoping to find a place somewhere. have to raise our children in. ‘

The Facebook post and note shocked many viewers who responded, which was inundated with support for the homebuyers.

But others were sympathetic to the note’s author.

“No sleep for twelve hours because of the alarm – you understand why the letter was written,” wrote one man.

Children should stay at home, so a parent should take a day off to take care of them.

“Maybe next time you introduce yourself to the neighbors and give them your phone number to contact.”

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