What do Mike Mastro, Tom Hazelrigg, the Bingham family, and Michael A. Price (of T&W Holdings – do a Google search), all have in common? This Snoqualmie Pass cabin. It originally belonged to Mike Price, but was heavily liened in a complicated Price/Mastro deal. Mastro received it in a deed in lieu of foreclosure, and then transferred it to Centurion Financial (Hazelrigg’s company) by virtue of a deed in lieu of foreclosure – the preferred vehicle for inter/intra-Mastro/Hazelrigg-real property transfers for avoiding real estate excise tax. Centurion held it, and then it went to Binghams in 2010. Looks like the Binghams still own it. TEP assumes that Bingham creditors have all been paid, or perhaps they didn’t do an asset search in Kittitas County!