posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 10:11 PM
I can relate, as my brother is going through the a similar thing with the banks. We've tried everything to save his house, but they just seem
hellbent on evicting him and taking his house no matter what we do. He owned two houses at one point, and when he sold one there was a shortfall of
around $30,000. Instead of letting him take out a personal loan, they continued on some BS 30 year mortgage payment plan, that will net the bank
somewhere in the realm of $300,000 in interest. It makes for payments almost as much as the house he actually has, around $500 a month on top of the
existing mortgage. There's nothing he or any lawyers can do about it, and it's just a joke.
The thing I can't get my head around is what will happen when we all stay stuff the government, stuff the corporations that rule over everyone, right
across the world, and just walk away. I know it sounds impossible in the 21st century, but I just can't get my head around what their endgame is.
It's fairly obvious in the short term the banks sit on the houses until the economy turns, then sell them off at a profit, thus making the banks even
more money, but what they don't seem to realise is they are going to eventually shoot themselves in the foot, and people will say no more. I'm
honestly at the point in this world of just giving it all up and going off the grid in a tent somewhere, which I can't say will be a bad thing.
Ultimately, when they do this, and the majority say no more, the banks and the corporations will lose that power over us, and thus be of no further
use to us.
I wish you good luck in your fight for your home, you are not alone in the world going through these struggles, and always remember, as pretty much
everyone has stated, details details, details. It will save you (and your sanity) in the end.