How to keep my house when things look despirate

I’ll admit it, I’ve been there. It is the worst feeling in the world, and the collection agencies make it feel even worse. It wasn’t long after I moved to California, that the creditors started calling, and I began to wonder if I would be able to keep my house. To keep my house seemed like the most important thing in the world to me, and I was ready to do anything to make that happen.

A Short personal background

It was 2009. My aunt and uncle were feeling the pain of the economic crisis in 2006, and I decided to come to the rescue. I knew that there would be no money for salary or pay, but I believed it was my duty to get involved.

So, I quit my job in New Jersey, and I moved to Bakersfield. I was able to make my mortgage payments for a few months on my home in Jersey, but without any income, it was hard to keep up the payments. I thought that I would be able to get a job at nights and on weekends to pay the mortgage and keep the house while being there for my family, but I was wrong.

I tried to explain my situation to the people on the phone. They called every hour, it seemed. I explained that I was a good person. I explained that this is a temporary situation, and I said, that I would pay everything that they were owed including the penalties, but they seemed not to care. They treated me like I was a criminal. They treated me like I was the lowest life-form they had ever talked to. I never want to feel that way again, and I I wanted was to be a good person, to help my family and keep my house.

how I recovered

I did lose my house. I lost my retirement. I lost many things, but I found a new purpose. I realized that there are people out there just like me who need short-term help. Sometimes they just need someone who will listen, and sometimes they need someone like me that has been there before.

If you are in this situation, then I welcome you to give me a call. I’d love to hear your story, and maybe when you say that you’d all you want to know is how to “keep my house”, then you can trust that I know what it is like for you and how hard some of the decisions you need to make must be.

Call 661-441-6200 and ask for Jared.


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