I wonder what would happen if more Americans knew the banks have decided they can break into homes, terrorize homeowners and destroy their personal property?
I wonder what would happen if Americans realized that the banks took the position that if they wanted to break into properties and use sledgehammers, crowbars and baseball bats to COMPLETELY DESTROY AND DEMOLISH THE HOME THEY COULD DO SO….WITHOUT EVEN PROVIDING ANY NOTICE TO THE HOMEOWNER?
What if you left your home one day and when you left the doors and the walls were completely intact? But you returned later to find workers in your home knocking down every single wall…with reckless abandon?
And what if you learned that because these workers were violating state law, were unlicensed and did not have any permits, you, the homeowner faced a $500 per day fine? Doesn’t that sound INSANE? Well, take a look at these before and after pictures. In the first picture you see a perfectly fine home…right? Walls intact? Floors clean…a little bit of work being done? Well, that’s they way my client’s home looked when they left it.
The next picture should shock and appall you. What this picture shows is what happens after a bank.enters into my clients home, without warning that they were going to do so….and completely demolish the property.
This was your country folks….but now the banks do what they want. My disturbing case is hardly isolated. Read from today’s Huffington Post:
Last March, a 23-year-old bank contractor cut through the secured gate at the entrance to a farm in Little Rock, Ark., and proceeded to a small house on the property. There, according to a police report, he broke the lock off one of the doors and forced his way inside.
The man, who police would later identify as David Cole, was allegedly there on official business: He worked in a little-known but booming industry that maintains and inspects millions of foreclosed and abandoned homes owned by mortgage lenders in the wake of an epochal real estate bust. The bank responsible for this particular home had presumably decided that the home was another discarded mess, and Cole’s company had been dispatched to shore the building against the ravages of weather and decay.