Foreclosure nightmare: Family's home sold, but it wasn't for sale [VIDEO]

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Foreclosure nightmare: Family’s home sold, but it wasn’t for sale [VIDEO]

Foreclosure nightmare: Family’s home sold, but it wasn’t for sale [VIDEO]

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What would you do if you suddenly found out your mortgage company had sold your house right out from under you even though you always paid on time? An Altadena family suddenly facing eviction turned to Eyewitness News when that happened to them.

The Altadena house has been home for Ceith and Louise Sinclair, who bought it in 2003. They’ve been living in it with four of their kids.

Last year, they got a loan modification with Ocwen Financial Corporation. Then they say they got a call, and later a letter, notifying them Ocwen had sold their loan to Nationstar Mortgage. In June, they got a knock at the door.

“They came and knocked on our door. That’s how we found out our house had been sold,” said Louise Sinclair.

[ABC]

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2 Responses to “Foreclosure nightmare: Family’s home sold, but it wasn’t for sale [VIDEO]”

  1. Kathi Yevtich says:

    It won’t let me “like” (so no ‘share’ either) when I push the like button-it pops up and says close the window and won’t register…I feel this needs to be shared…thanks for posting..:)

  2. dinsfla says:

    Kathi,
    The shares buttons are there.. They just worked for me. It might be the browser you’re using?

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