This book continues the saga of how the author dealt with the mortgage crisis by working with the banks, real estate brokers, and a bankruptcy attorney, while meeting with other middle income homeowners in trouble and with activist groups fighting foreclosures. It describes her experiences attending a foreclosure prevention workshop seeking a loan modification, and going to a foreclosure auction. It concludes with what the author learned from navigating the system, selling her home, renting in San Francisco, and turning her life around to gain success again. The book has gained growing support from individuals and groups active in this arena.Additionally, because of the amount of mortgage I ow -- $560, 000, my equity lin - $180, 000, and my credit card debts to the Bank ... I could send in my 2010 and 2011 forms, a Dodd-Frank Certification whereby I certified that I had not been convicted within ... Affidavit, the Hardship Letter, a 710 Uniform Assistance form, a 710A Home Affordable Modification Program form, a 4506-T tax form, my tax returns.
|Title||:||Living in Limbo: Stuck in the Middle|
|Author||:||Gini Graham Scott|
|Publisher||:||Booktango - 2013-05-03|