Asked by Spookycat99, Antioch, CA • Sun Aug 16, 2009
the loan close. She offered us carpet and kitchen flooring. It turned out the entire bottom floor need to be gutted and now the bank (IndyMac) refuses to step in and pay for the loss or for our housing expenses. The home is completely uninhabitable due to the mold which is severe. We can't afford to pay for a mortgage and a rental home at the same time. We have been evicted from our current rental due to the owner selling and have basically nowhere to go with a little baby!! This is the most horrible, stressful situation that we have ever been in. Is the agent in any way responsible for letting the loan close when she could have stopped it? We are first time home buyers and were unaware that we could have stopped it!!!
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