The most eye-opening revelation in our recent interview with Van and Edmeryl Williams wasn’t that they asked $5 million to sell their East End property to Port Freeport, but it did involve a dollar figure.

Williams said the offer she received for her house, which has been in the family for generations, was not in the five-figure range — this for a home and land collectively valued at $41,150 on the 2020 Brazoria County tax rolls.

This editorial was written by Michael Morris, managing editor of The Facts.

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PJBM626

This is an insane , pure emotional lack of any truth

Asking 5 million for a property worth 50K is insane. I don’t blame the poet of Freeport. Maybe the resident should be more realistic

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