in Michigan but a couple of years ago we went through a foreclosure in Colorado. Wish I had answers for you but all I can say is, hang in there, call and check on all programs out there. EVERYTIME you contact BOA write down who you talked to and what was said. It was a disaster when we went through this process about 8 months of hell to be honest. No one ever had a clue to what was going on! Long story short make sure you keep record of everything. We also had BOA and are now in a foreclosure review, now hoping the review will be done soon so we can move on.
in the past know what the next 2 words are:”and foreclose.” Yep, I got the dreaded letter from
BOA last week. My last mortgage payment was in November. I have to come up with the $1682 I’m behind, plus another $862 for the February
payment – all by Feb 24. I was hoping that a) I’d find a job, and b) they wouldn’t act so quickly. Hell of a time for them to get
EFFICIENT, huh? I apparently don’t qualify for any of their forbearance programs for one reason or another. So unless something
drastic happens(or I take actions which may cause me legal problems), I probably won’t have a house next month. How does foreclosure work,
anyway? Do you just come home one day to find the property padlocked, and all your crap out by the curb? Or do they give you a reasonable
opportunity to move out first?
which book would you recommend a spouse (an avid reader) needs to read to gain a fast understanding of Dave’s teachings and what works: The Total Money Makeover or Financial Peace Revisited? You can only choose one or the other.