For Second Time, Ingham County Register of Deeds Curtis Hertel Jr. Stops Home Foreclosure Auction

For Second Time, Ingham Officials Stop Home Auction

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For the second time, Ingham County officials have intervened in the public auction of a Meridian Township home they say has been wrongfully foreclosed.

County Register of Deeds Curtis Hertel Junior says a Michigan debt collection firm admitted in March that an Okemos homeowner successfully modified her mortgage.  But he says the firm planned to publicly auction the home Thursday anyway.  On Wednesday, county officials got a judge’s permission to stop it.

Hertel calls the situation a symptom of Michigan’s “broken” foreclosure laws.

“She wants to make payments,” he says. “I don’t understand why the best thing for anybody would be taking her house if she can make the payments they’ve already agreed to.”

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One Response to “For Second Time, Ingham County Register of Deeds Curtis Hertel Jr. Stops Home Foreclosure Auction”
  1. Pamela Edwards says:

    They don’t want her money just her house.These debt collection agencies are the lowest scum of the earth and there not interested in doing anything but collect the money.Has anyone examined why her payments were turned down or is this some mystery?

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