Here's what happened to the home, the owner of one of these three Levick Street properties rented out, and used Artur Realty to manage his property.
The owner of the home did properly took out a Housing License and a BPL (don't worry dear readers, the housing license and BPL are in the court records).
When the tenant quit paying, which didn't take long for that to happen, he secured an eviction from L&T Court (I've reviewed the lawsuit and its progress).
Then, not a few months later, she broke back into the place. Up until 4 days ago, this is what she was living in until PGW came by to shut off the illegal gas hookup:
Without hot water (or heat this coming winter), the squatter can't sue the landlord to get the heat fixed now that the gas is permanently shut off, plus the PGW crew soldered a cap on the supply connection to frustrate whoever set up the illegal hookup the last time.
The squatter then moved to 3147 Levick Street, which used to be a family of legal renters. The owner of this property died and the executors never took care of the property and by default they are now also squatters (their lease expired long ago).
3150 Levick, which is the home of the owner of 3147 who was their landlord, her house has also been taken over by squatters as well.
Luckily 3150 and 3147 are both part of the estate tied up in Orphans Court and they are on the road to eviction and getting them cleared out. You can't exactly have an estate sale for property with squatters currently living on it using drugs, selling drugs and causing shootings.