Ya' know what, Yvonne, you and your jackass family blew through $300,000 on home improvements, a pool, expenses for your kids, and who knows what else. You had your fun, now it's time to GET YOUR ASS OUT OF THAT HOUSE! IT'S NO LONGER YOURS!
What is America going to do once they need CASH to buy what they NEED, rather than house "equity" to obtain what they WANT! Truly sickening!
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Yvonne Herrera's blue-gray, two-bedroom family home on a quiet, dead-end road in Covina was astonishingly cheap when she and her husband bought it: only $129,000.
Ten years later, after refinancing several times and borrowing money against the home, Herrera and her husband pay $3,300 a month on a $430,000 mortgage.
"We used some of the money for home improvements and to put in a pool," Herrera said. "But also a lot for expenses when our kids were in high school."
She said she expected to sell the house for below its value to her mother-in-law and pay rent to her for a year or two. (Pardon me, but you fu**in' beeyatch, get the hell out of that house with your "plan".)
"It's the best solution we have because the bank won't work with us," said Herrera. "We put a lot of work into this house and it would break my heart to lose it." (Note to Yvonne: Unless you have household income of ~$130,000, there is nothing you or the bank can do.)
18820 E Laxford Rd, Covina, CA 91722-2004
3 beds, 2.0 baths, 1,122 sq ft
Sale History: 01/29/1998: $132,000