Hercule Parrot wrote:radcliffewreck wrote:Thing is he did act but not in the right way , so still ended up losing his house.
Yes, it was a sad folly. He only owed about £40k, and the value of Castle Crawford had gone up by a lot more. There were options to refinance, but TC leapt into a stubborn, stupid and spiteful denial of the debt and eventually lost everything.
But, to look on the bright side, he's very proud and happy that he did this. He has no regrets, it was worth every penny. And nothing but gratitude to people like Mark Colon and Mr Ebert, who showed him the way. So it's win-win for everyone, really.
The alternative would have been far more costly - he would have had to have admitted he was in the wrong !