COLORADO – Disabled woman fights in court to keep her home after foreclosure sale

THEDENVERCHANNEL.COM:  Disabled woman fights in court to keep her home after foreclosure sale

By Adi Guajardo

December 19, 2019

LOVELAND, Colo. – A disabled woman from Loveland fought in court to keep her home after her homeowner’s association foreclosed on it when her dues payments stopped.

Since Contact7 first reported the story, Damien Bielli, with Windsong HOA, confirmed they reached an agreement with Martha Hummel to repay the two years’ worth of dues she owned. But instead of a closed case in court on Thursday, the attorney for C&C Investments, Craig Stirn, the company that bought the home, argued to uphold the house sale. The company purchased the house for $19,000.

Hummel says her home is worth more than $350,000. “They stole my house from me,” Hummel said.

Hummel says her HOA payments were automatically withdrawn, but they stopped when the management company changed. She says she didn’t realize her payments stopped going through until she received an eviction notice.  Read more: https://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/contact7/disabled-woman-fights-in-court-to-keep-her-home-after-foreclosure-sale

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