Thursday, November 3, 2011

Bank of America Forecloses on Home that does NOT Exist

The Law Offices of Robert E. Brown, P.C.

Bank Forecloses On Home Destroyed By Ike

HOUSTON — Hurricane Ike destroyed dozens of homes in Seabrook. Many families are just now rebuilding, but when Brad Gana tried to pick up the pieces, he learned that Bank of America was trying to take what little he had left.”

I was shocked when they said they were foreclosing on it,” Gana told investigator Amy Davis.

Gana was working overseas when the hurricane hit, destroying his home. But even then, he said he never missed a mortgage payment. It took him days to figure out why Bank of America was foreclosing.

“It wasn’t until about 20 calls that someone said, ‘We had a homeowner’s policy on your home that you reside in, and your monthly payments have gone up,’” Gana explained. “But they never notified me that my monthly payments had gone up.

“That’s right. Bank of America took out a forced homeowner’s policy on an empty slab.

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