Foreclosure Fraud Aftermath: Disabled Combat Veteran, Family Forced from Home
“Why is this legal to take these properties? Why is this legal? Why is this happening?”
Disabled combat veteran, family forced from home
Surprised? Not me…
After paying $1,100 a month in rent, they could be evicted because the company renting the house, RHMG Inc. (Residential Home Management Group, Inc.), never technically owned it but still got their money.
“Do you have anywhere to go?” the I-TEAM asked the couple.
“No,” said Tiffany.
“No, not right now. This is our home. This is where we expected to be,” added James.
It turns out the house they have been renting has been in foreclosure for five years, and now the bank has come calling for the property, even serving the McCollum family with a lawsuit.
“Really scary. We’ve never been caught up in a lawsuit,” said Tiffany.
“How much money did RHMG get from your family?” the I-TEAM asked.
“Over $15,000,” answered James.
A woman, who does not want to be identified in this story, owns CK Consulting with her husband. They flip houses for a living. They lost part of their life savings on this exact same house.
“We’ve already paid close to $36,000 for a property we don’t even own,” the owner told the I-TEAM.