Family's EQC offer $60,000 short
Mon, 03 Sep 2012 7:00p.m.
Campbell Live is at the home of Kevin and Raelene Hocken.
Three months before the September 2010 quake, the Hockens commissioned a valuation on their home which valued it at $60,000 more than EQC would pay them now to move out.
The Hockens spoke to John Campbell along with their neighbours over the back fence, who are in the green zone, and tectonics expert Mark Quigley.
Watch the video to see their story.
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6/09/2012 1:02:35 a.m.
Cherie Hanson wrote:
thanks Kevin and Raelene for going public. Like us you are probably private people but this crazy situation has to be addressed. We are very much in the same boat!
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