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Complaint Review: Jim Walters homes
Jim Walters homesInternet United States of America
Jim Walters homes Green tree lending Builds crappy homes!! File bankruptcy to get out of the home!! Internet
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So after them also denying our warranty we spoke with an attorney and threw them a curve ball!! Filed chapter 7 bankruptcy and walked away!! Only cost 1500.00 alot cheaper than paying for that dump. After 2 years we can buy a new home. We love our rent house it has been the best decision we've ever made!! It was hard at first but trust me it will make you more happy to do what we did. They cannot get any money from you once the chapter 7 is complete!! They get whatever they can at auction for the junk house!!
And if you decide to stay yes you have to pay your mortgage or they'll foreclose on you.
You cannot sue them because they are bankrupt!! So place signs throughout your yard explaining the house problems. Call a bankruptcy attorney. Ours cost 1500.00 for chapter 7 in Houston Texas. Don't give them money anymore!! You are wasting your time. My wife cried when we left because we really tried living with all the issues but enough was enough. I hope every Jim Walter home owner will take my advise. We are all smiles now!!
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