Cindi Davis Woman fighting cancer has foreclosure sale date suspended

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Cindi Davis Woman fighting cancer has foreclosure sale date suspended

Cindi Davis Woman fighting cancer has foreclosure sale date suspended

Talk about having strength to fight not only for your life but for a roof over your head at once. I know many of you have similar lives out there…stay strong and seek help.

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The last few months haven’t been easy for Cindi and Kirk Davis of Mount Holly.

“You can only hold on for so long, and I don’t know what to do at this point,” said Cindi as she fought back tears. 

Life for her has been sad and uncertain, and there have been plenty of tears shed by husband Kirk. 

“She’s been a real trooper through this whole thing,” he said crying.

Since 2008, Cindi’s life has been about chemotherapy to fight what has turned into terminal breast cancer, and about finding the energy and money to save her home from foreclosure.

“It’s not much, but it’s been mine for eight years,” she said of her Mount Holly home.

[WCNC]

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2 Responses to “Cindi Davis Woman fighting cancer has foreclosure sale date suspended”

  1. AWESOME! HOPE CINDY BEATS ALL HER BATTLES.

  2. Charles Reed says:

    It appears to me from looking at the court document that this is a FHA loan that was probably in a Ginnie Mae pool and Wells Fargo does not own this loan and the property is free and clear of a debt. There was no way to re-assign the Note to Wells Fargo from US Bank.

    I bet the Note is blank currently from when it was placed into the Ginnie Mae pool.

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