Wish there was something I/we could do. I can't imagine too much short of handing you several thousand dollars would help right now. If I could, I would. At the very least, you can be sure that the guys on this forum have your back.
Thank You all for your kind comments and support
Damn it friend, I'm really sorry to hear this. I can't even begin to imagine what you're going through, but I hope to hell it gets better for you soon. I'm sorry for your troubles, and am always here if you need to blow off some steam. I hope things go well for you and your lady at least. Take care of yourself friend.
UPDATE: The bank called last week and said theyre not going to foreclose yet. They want us to put our house on the market this spring/summer and make some good faith payments along the way. So at worst it will be a while, and at best they may come along and restructure the loan.
Great to hear this, Robert!
Damn, a bank with a heart, f'ing amazing.... Glad to hear it Rob.
sorry to hear the bad news but read the whole thread right now and maybe things can work out, dont know exactly what stage of "foreclosure" you are at but if not down to the last steps, it can be possible to avoid foreclosure, dont want to give unwanted advice, but banks dont want land or houses, only money so it may be possible to save the home,, keep us posted and hang in there
Hopefully you find a new job and can turn things around, wishing you the best brother.
There are options for "short sales" if your Lender will approve it or even a "Deed in Lieu" which basically lets you deed back the property to the Lender and you walk away. Whatever you can do keep talking with your Lender and explore your options with a Real Estate Lawyer...you do have options up to and including Bankruptcy. My thoughts and prayers are with you, man.
Damn I'm glad to hear this. I know you're not exactly out of the woods yet, but at least it's not as damn grim of an outlook, there's still some chances to be had. I hope things work out as best they can for you Bud!!!
sorry to sound like an ass here, but people who live in houses for years without paying and then complain when they are finally kicked out and made homeless sicken me... You don't pay for it, why should the owner of the house suffer.
If you sold a car on payments, and the buyer stopped paying, and then you took the car back and they lost their job due to lack of transportation and called you horrible names and acted like you had no heart, how would you feel???
this does suck, but good to hear that there at least working with you a bit, giving you a chance to sell, and stay in the house a bit longer, often times with some paper work sent in they will reduce your payments, this is what somone i know had to do, they dropped it from $1200 a month to either $600 or $800, cant remember which, maybe you can talk to them about it.
That's good news!!