I have lived at my home in Inola, Oklahoma with my three daughters for over 20 years. Recently, my home was renovated by volunteers from my community so that two of my daughters, Brittany and Casse, who were both diagnosed with a rare immune disorder and had to receive bone marrow transplants would have a home to return to that is fit for their recovery, for example, with special ventilation systems, etc. It was almost like an epiode of Extreme Home Makeover. Now Wells Fargo is foreclosing on my home and my daughters and I could be evicted as soon as May.
For years, Wells Fargo has lost my paperwork and given me the run-around, but I never missed a mortgage payment. I’m a single mom and my family has been through a lot in the last few years. I had to take off months of work to care for my daughters while they received surgeries out of state and medical bills piled up. I’m not asking for a handout. I just want to be able to live in the home I’ve lived in for years with my daughters and to continue to make mortgage payments at a reasonable level.
Will you join me in asking Wells Fargo to stop the foreclosure on my home and to grant me a permanent loan modification?
For years, Kathy has been working to modify her loan so that she and her daughters can stay in their home and she’s never missed a mortgage payment. Now she needs help to stay in her home. Will you stop the foreclosure on her home and provide her with a permanent loan modification so that Kathy can stay in her home?