ROYAL OAKS – Ed and Brandie Hannon were evicted for a second time Friday from the Tuckahoe Terrace home they lost to foreclosure last year.
Brandie Hannon said her husband left the home at the request of Monterey County deputies, who showed up with a bank official about 10 a.m.
Brandie was at work in Monterey at the time.
Brandie said they are staying with a relative, and that she doesn’t know what the next move might be though she’s not giving up. She said a bank official told her to make an appointment within 15 days to retrieve the family’s possessions.
She said Wells Fargo has posted a round-the-clock private security guard at the home.
Law360, New York (July 16, 2012, 8:39 PM ET) — A putative class of consumers hit a Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. unit with a suit Friday in Georgia alleging the company, which creates consumer reports and maintains files on 63 million people, secretly collects and sells confidential information on residential mortgage applicants.
The putative class action alleges that the information collected by Merscorp Holdings Inc. is included in the consumer reports it sells, which contain confidential identifying information such as Social Security numbers and dates of birth.
The suit alleges that Merscorp uploads mortgage application…
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These days, the process of selling a home is hard enough. Now imagine selling one you thought you owned but did not.
That’s what happened to Lily Diaz, a California woman who got two offers on her house, only to find that Wells Fargo had actually foreclosed on the home, according to CBS Los Angeles. Diaz says the foreclosure must have been a mistake because she has paperwork indicating she completed a loan modification with Wells Fargo in January, and has made her monthly payments in full since.
Wells Fargo called Diaz to straighten things out, but the home still can’t be sold until the mix up is settled, according to CBS Los Angeles.