Former Bulls player Eddy Curry's Burr Ridge home in foreclosure

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Court records show that former Bulls star Eddy Curry 's Burr Ridge mansion is in foreclosure.
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LMAO

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Jul 1, 2009
 
Yeah, yeah, yeah. The court docket also says the first court date on this case isn't scheduled until December. It's not like Curry's getting kicked out of the house right now. Big deal. This is a non-story.
GHook93

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Jul 1, 2009
 
What a piece of trash. Yep $28K a month sounds like a lot (what an idiot did he do 100% financing or something?) and taxes are probably and extra $6K a month, but this moron makes $9 mil a season. So his yearly mortgage is $336K and taxes are around $72K. So this piece of trash pays $408K a year in mortgages. Yet even with income taxes he takes in about $6.5 mil. Therefore, after he pays his mortgage he still has $6 mil in extra cash.

This is the case of a guy that has personally choosen to let his home go into foreclosure. Playing the home wouldn't hurt him. I know exactly what is going on. He bought the home thinking he would live in Chicago his whole live. He got traded to NY and moved there. Then tried to sell his place with no luck. So this SOB decided to just stop paying and let it go into foreclosure. What an SOB. He was always a selfish lazy player and this just proves that his selfishness and laziness was not just subject to the basketball court!
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Jul 1, 2009
 
He a jive turkey.
Luke

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Jul 1, 2009
 
GHook93 wrote:
What a piece of trash. Yep $28K a month sounds like a lot (what an idiot did he do 100% financing or something?) and taxes are probably and extra $6K a month, but this **** makes $9 mil a season. So his yearly mortgage is $336K and taxes are around $72K. So this piece of trash pays $408K a year in mortgages. Yet even with income taxes he takes in about $6.5 mil. Therefore, after he pays his mortgage he still has $6 mil in extra cash.
This is the case of a guy that has personally choosen to let his home go into foreclosure. Playing the home wouldn't hurt him. I know exactly what is going on. He bought the home thinking he would live in Chicago his whole live. He got traded to NY and moved there. Then tried to sell his place with no luck. So this SOB decided to just stop paying and let it go into foreclosure. What an SOB. He was always a selfish lazy player and this just proves that his selfishness and laziness was not just subject to the basketball court!
Curry lived in Chicago even while playing in Ny until him and his family were held at gunpoint and robbed in the home thats when the house went on the market and probably why it wouldnt sell. But of course you know better because youve been stalking him since he stole your GF years ago. Get over yourself
GHook93

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Jul 1, 2009
 
Luke wrote:
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Curry lived in Chicago even while playing in Ny until him and his family were held at gunpoint and robbed in the home thats when the house went on the market and probably why it wouldnt sell. But of course you know better because youve been stalking him since he stole your GF years ago. Get over yourself
Blow it out your ass! He is letting it go into foreclosure, even though the home cost only 6% of his salary!
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Jul 1, 2009
 
GHook93 wrote:
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Blow it out your ****! He is letting it go into foreclosure, even though the home cost only 6% of his salary!
Isn't it the new administrations job to pay his mortgage?
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Jul 1, 2009
 
GHook93 wrote:
What a piece of trash. Yep $28K a month sounds like a lot (what an idiot did he do 100% financing or something?) and taxes are probably and extra $6K a month, but this **** makes $9 mil a season. So his yearly mortgage is $336K and taxes are around $72K. So this piece of trash pays $408K a year in mortgages. Yet even with income taxes he takes in about $6.5 mil. Therefore, after he pays his mortgage he still has $6 mil in extra cash.
This is the case of a guy that has personally choosen to let his home go into foreclosure. Playing the home wouldn't hurt him. I know exactly what is going on. He bought the home thinking he would live in Chicago his whole live. He got traded to NY and moved there. Then tried to sell his place with no luck. So this SOB decided to just stop paying and let it go into foreclosure. What an SOB. He was always a selfish lazy player and this just proves that his selfishness and laziness was not just subject to the basketball court!
He probably has the financial acumen of a grapefruit.
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Jul 1, 2009
 
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He probably has the financial acumen of a grapefruit.
I watched as Curry and his posse' withdrew $24,000 in CASH from a Hinsdale bank. He said it was two months worth of 'spending money.'

The bank teller had to split the wad of bills in two since they didn't have a single envelope big enough to hold it all.

So if you've got $24K in 'walking around money' you should be able to pay the mortgage.

Curry hit the big time too quickly. He'll end up broke and selling papers on the corner if his spending habits don't change.
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Jul 2, 2009
 
RegularGuy wrote:
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I watched as Curry and his posse' withdrew $24,000 in CASH from a Hinsdale bank. He said it was two months worth of 'spending money.'
The bank teller had to split the wad of bills in two since they didn't have a single envelope big enough to hold it all.
So if you've got $24K in 'walking around money' you should be able to pay the mortgage.
Curry hit the big time too quickly. He'll end up broke and selling papers on the corner if his spending habits don't change.
Yeah, right. Like he's going to tell you, a total stranger, the exact purpose for that withdrawal. Someone he doesn't know, will never see again and has no connection whatsoever to.
If you take what he said to you in the bank totally at face value, you're the most gullible slop on earth.
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Jan 4, 2011
 
I am going to pay off his mortgage! Free money for all, and I LOVE the black man!

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