Hundreds of homeowners, just in Ingham County, have been illegally foreclosed upon, according to the Court of Appeals
Nick Reeser’s love for his grandma is written all over him.
“Grandma was a huge tigers fan, this is a tribute to her,” he said, pointing to a still-healing “D” tattoo on his leg.
When she died just weeks ago, she left him her house. So he went to the Register of Deeds’ office to get a copy of the deed and mortgage.
“He finds out when he got here there had been a foreclosure on his grandmother’s house the last few months before she passed away,” said Curtis Hertel, Ingham County Register of Deeds.
“Nobody was notified, my grandma was in no mental or physical state to make decisions on it,” said Reeser.
To make matters worse, it was a MERS foreclosure, one of 469 just in Ingham County deemed illegal by the Court of Appeals.
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