Billionaire villagers built 258 luxury villas, but because of greed no one lives
• Billionaire villagers built 258 luxury villas, but because of greed no one lives
As the saying goes, no good deed goes unpunished. This is the hard felt Chinese billionaire who spent tens of millions of dollars to build houses for the people of his native village. But at home and are empty, because the greedy people can not agree, who will manage several villas, and to whom - one by one.
Five years ago, billionaire Chen Sheng (Chen Sheng) has allocated 31, 9 million dollars for the construction of 258 luxury villas in his native village. Each three-story house - five bedrooms, two living rooms, a garage and a small garden. On every few homes are equipped with playgrounds, and even a stage for various events. Construction ended in 2016, but the empty house.
does not prevent people from prices for luxury housing, as Villas billionaire provided them free of charge, and the usual human greed. According to the census of 2013, a small village consisted of 190 families. But in the process of construction of the village came to the new residents. Then Chen Sheng built more 68 homes to all enough. It was a big mistake.
As was announced a plan to build, the villagers began to canine with each other, who will get housing. Some families said they were going to have a lot of children, so they need a second villa. Others wanted to get their hands on some houses in the event when their kids zavedut their families. And where is the young to live? Immediately declared the former inhabitants of the village, which has long moved, but "suddenly" decided to go back and have a claim on the house.
As soon as Shen Chen appeared in the village, local attacked him to decide the question as to whom the houses get. The billionaire was so disappointed with the behavior of the villagers that two years ago in the village did not come at all. Therefore, the villa is empty and locals quarrel.
In addition to the houses, Sheng had planned to build a pig farm near the village and beat gardens, thus providing jobs. The annual income of the locals would have been 32 thousand dollars - unbelievable money for Chinese farmers. But all these plans came crashing down because of greed.
Meanwhile, empty houses have been targets of vandalism. Hooligans broke windows, spoil the finish. And villas are aging and in need of repair.