Deadbeat | Ex-Marine, Single Father of Three, Who Payed on Time, Foreclosed, Facing Eviction

Here we go again with those damn deadbeats…

Milwaukee homeowner paying on time, yet facing eviction

Refinancing, collapse of Central States leaves him with 2 mortgages

Keon Williams is on the verge of being thrown out of his house – a startling turn of events, considering that for nearly three years since refinancing in 2008, he faithfully paid his monthly mortgage and his property taxes.

“I did everything I was supposed to do, but I’m being evicted,” says Williams, 38, sitting in his neat but sparsely furnished dining room on N. 44th St. “I never would have imagined something like this could happen.”

Williams, an ex-Marine and single father of three teenagers, finds himself caught up in the continuing fallout from America’s mortgage meltdown. His right to continue living in the home he bought, the home he has been paying for, is in jeopardy in the aftermath of the collapse of Central States Mortgage Co., the now-shuttered firm that was once the largest mortgage broker in the state.

The problem: When Williams refinanced with Wauwatosa-based Central States in 2008, cutting his 12.5% interest rate nearly in half, Central States’ affiliate, Interim Funding LLC, didn’t pay off the original mortgage. Battered by the housing crisis, it took the proceeds from the refinancing and paid other lenders, said Stephen Kravit, attorney for Richard Jungen, a shareholder in Interim and founder of Central States.

Williams was left with two mortgages – including one that he didn’t know still existed. His small home at the corner of 44th and W. Keefe Ave., with a recent assessed value of $117,200, had become collateral for two loans totaling more than $265,000.

In March 2009, the holder of the original mortgage, Illinois-based Amcore Bank, foreclosed on the home, which was auctioned off at a sheriff’s sale in the Milwaukee County Courthouse on Jan. 31 of this year.

Check out the rest of this tragic story here…

And why are we letting things like this proceed?

What are YOU going to do about it when it happens to you?

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5 Responses to “Deadbeat | Ex-Marine, Single Father of Three, Who Payed on Time, Foreclosed, Facing Eviction”
  1. Hydesdocs says:

    If another bank foreclosed on his home while he was paying two other entities from 2008 to now, it sounds like
    some fraud was going on from the get go. Did either of these other banks ever hold his note and deed of trust?
    How does this bank that foreclosed on him come to have standing and the authority to take his home? And what
    has happened to all of the funds he’s been regularly paying go to? The guy, is a rube, just like millions of others,
    not realizing from the start of offering such an attractive loan is nothing but bait to ensnare the unknowing into
    biting on something that will generate untold wealth while the rube is never to attain full ownership of that they’ve signed up to buy. So the original offer is nothing but a baited trap.

  2. Fury says:

    “Improvise, Adapt, Overcome.”

    who ever thought a marine would have to do this to protect his own home in his own country??!!

  3. housemanrob says:

    I feel like NATHAN HALE……………”that I only have but one life to live for my country”. I can afford to pay……but Iwill not, until all the injustices stop to my countrymen! So they get me out, when they pry. my dead, cold hands……………………..Think about it…………how noble!

  4. l vent says:

    Everyone make sure to watch today’s Keiser Report and see what the sheisters are up to now. Max has MATT TAIBI from Rolling Stone on his show today talking about the ongoing criminal enterprise A/K/A GOLDMAN SUCKS/ WALL STREET/the BANKSTERS/THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. PLEASE CHECK OUT THE LATEST KEISER REPORT: http://maxkeiser.com/

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