By: Brandi Powell
News 8 Austin- Building a home is a big part of the American dream, but sometimes things don't pan out, especially what that dream home is built on the wrong piece of property.
"It's really hard to stay positive for seven kids, when you don't know," Harker Heights homeowner Kindell Mills said in tears. "It breaks my heart to look at it."
Her fiancé, and fellow homeowner, Andy Jabsen said the ordeal made him "sick to my stomach."
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Harker Heights home built on wrong piece of land
May 7, 2009