Aurora Loan Services / Foreclosure
I am a victim of predatory lending practices. I bought my house in October 2003, and soon after Aurora Loan Services purchased my loan. A couple years later, I fell behind on my payments. Instead of working with me to lower my monthly payments, Aurora began charging me $200 more a month (to make up the difference from falling behind).
From [protected], I worked with them to lower my monthly payments again. After denying me several times, they finally agreed to work with me. They would charge me $1, 500 a month for two years and then my payments would go up to $1, 800 a month for the remainder of the 40-year loan. At that point, I had been living in my home for six years and I owed $10, 000 more on it than I originally bought it for. Making mortgage payments for six years had done nothing but put me into an upside down loan.
My husband lost his job in the fall of 2009 and we could no longer pay $1, 500 a month. Aurora refused to even talk to us about forbearance until my husband could find work. Instead, they immediately started the foreclosure process.
So long story short, our house is being foreclosed on. Aurora doesn't care about homeowners.
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