In a living room that doubles as a classroom for their homeschooled children, Michelle and David Allen shared concerns in 2014 with Windermere realtor Stephen Janho, second from right. The couple bought their home at the real estate market’s peak in 2007. In 2014 they had outgrew it, but were unable to move because their mortgage is underwater. Last week, Michelle Allen said the family had an offer above asking price.
In a living room that doubles as a classroom for their homeschooled children, Michelle and David Allen shared concerns in 2014 with Windermere realtor Stephen Janho, second from right. The couple bought their home at the real estate market’s peak in 2007. In 2014 they had outgrew it, but were unable to move because their mortgage is underwater. Last week, Michelle Allen said the family had an offer above asking price. Drew Perine Staff photographer
In a living room that doubles as a classroom for their homeschooled children, Michelle and David Allen shared concerns in 2014 with Windermere realtor Stephen Janho, second from right. The couple bought their home at the real estate market’s peak in 2007. In 2014 they had outgrew it, but were unable to move because their mortgage is underwater. Last week, Michelle Allen said the family had an offer above asking price. Drew Perine Staff photographer

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