El Paso Homeowner Made Payments, but May Still Lose Home

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El Paso Homeowner Made Payments, but May Still Lose Home

El Paso Homeowner Made Payments, but May Still Lose Home

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According to the FBI, Texas is among the top ten states victimized by mortgage fraud. Mortgage fraud can be committed by a borrower or lender. But, if you’re a homeowner, and you’re about to unjustly lose your property, what do you do?

That’s what one El Paso woman is trying to figure out. She paid her mortgage, but is still facing foreclosure. She told Newschannel 9 she’s not going down without a fight.

We introduced you to Bea Huml back in February. She was then, and remains, in a desperate situation.

“They could send a Justice of the Peace [here] and they could throw my stuff out on the front lawn,” said Huml.

Huml fears that she may lose her house at any moment; if that happens, both she, and her 96-year-old mother will be homeless.

[KTSM]

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