Plaintiff had two (2) handicapped children and her home was altered to meet the needs of her children. Plaintiff’s lender promised that if the Plaintiff made her payments under the trial homeowner’s assistance agreement, then she would be given a permanent homeowner’s assistance agreement which would allow her to become current on her loan. Plaintiff complied with and completed four (4) such trial programs; however, her lender did not approve a permanent modification.
When the lender did not honor their promise of a permanent modification, Plaintiff filed the lawsuit to enforce her rights and enforce her agreement with the lender.
LITIGATION SETTLED. SPECIFIC SETTLEMENT TERMS ARE CONFIDENTIAL. PLAINTIFF RECEIVED $159,479 PRINCIPAL REDUCTION