Fannie Mae, BofA Evicts Man During Move-Out, Belongings Taken

Lender evicts man during move-out

EGLESTON SQ.—Ken Tilton was forcibly evicted from his Weld Avenue home on June 1 despite the fact he already was in the process of moving out.

Tilton—the former owner of landmark JP businesses Zon’s restaurant and the novelty store Pluto—has been working with the local housing group City Life/Vida Urbana since Bank of America and Fannie Mae foreclosed on his house in 2009.

The eviction was not expected, as Tilton was already planning on moving to a new home, he said. Most of his belongings were already in boxes when the truck showed up and he planned to move the bulk of them to his new home the following day, June 2.Fannie Mae, the owner of the loan, “didn’t give me a day. They didn’t give me an hour,” he told the Gazette as movers loaded the truck.

City Life attorneys contacted the Federal National Mortgage Association, commonly known as Fannie Mae, to ask for a day’s delay but were denied, City Life Organizing Coordinator Steve Meachem told the Gazette.

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2 Responses to “Fannie Mae, BofA Evicts Man During Move-Out, Belongings Taken”
  1. readdocs says:

    Push back.

  2. Pamela Edwards says:

    The fun is just beggining folks watch for far more than this taking place.The end run is coming very soon.

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