Cape Coral family pays Wells Fargo for home bank didn't own


Cape Coral family pays Wells Fargo for home bank didn’t own

Cape Coral family pays Wells Fargo for home bank didn’t own

The News-Press-

Brian and Holly Barnhart thought they were home free when they bought their Cape Coral dream house from Wells Fargo Bank – but the bank didn’t even own the house.

Now the Barnharts, who emptied their life savings to buy the house for $153,000 cash and renovate it for another $80,000, are stuck in limbo along with their two small children and a baby due in July.

If they needed to sell the house, they couldn’t because they never actually owned it, said their Fort Myers-based lawyer, Jack Pankow.

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3 Responses to “Cape Coral family pays Wells Fargo for home bank didn’t own”

  1. Prince says:

    Yet another example of the value of purchasing an Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance from a reputable title insurer, and having an attorney represent you for your closing.

  2. Screwed by Attorneys says:

    Just what I want to do….have the same lawyer smucks who have screwed up the system review and close my purchase…really

  3. marilyn lane says:

    Here in New York Supreme Court I have had Astoria Federal S & L
    admit they didn’t own my two condos when their corrupt debt collector attorneys (Mullooly, Jeffrey Rooney & Flynn) auctioned them off to Straw buyers.

    Those attorneys are gone from Astoria Federal and the bank’s new attorney Mr. Arthur Walsh of O’Reilly, Marsh & Corteselli stated in NYSC in front of Judge Alice Schlesinger It’s Indemnify, Indemnify, Indemnnify -we are stepping aside and the title attorneys are stepping in.

    Unfortunately who stepped in was Frank P Malone of the corrupt firm Fidelity National Title and the corrupt attorney David K Fiveson of a company he called Coronet Title who didn’t want to indemnify their clients and instead paid a bribe to Judge Schlesinger to rule their Forged Deeds are good.

    This is going to be another battle for true homeowners when your dealing with a company like Fidelity that specializes in making forgeries.


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