FLORIDA – Mother, disabled children fear they will be forced from their home

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A new potential victim has come forward in the I-TEAM’s investigation into home hijacking. A Nassau County mother fears she and her family will soon be homeless, so the Florida Attorney General’s Office is now looking into her case as well.

Last month, the I-TEAM contacted Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi’s staff after James McCollum, a disabled combat veteran in Duval County, was served with papers saying he, his wife and children were being kicked out of their rental home — a home they didn’t know was actually in foreclosure.

The I-TEAM discovered the company taking their monthly rent payments and keeping that money for profit is Tampa-based HOA Problem Solutions, and it has at least 25 properties in Duval, Clay, Nassau and St. Johns counties.

Here’s how it appears to work and what Bondi’s office is investigating: Read more:

http://www.ccfj.net/TVCH4HOAProblems.html

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