SPRING VALLEY, Calif. (PRWEB) December 20, 2018
Gina Castillo a Spring Valley resident since July 18th 2003 first found herself in trouble with her home loan in 2009 when a Notice of Default was first filed with the county recorder’s office against her home. Remaining unresolved the final Notice of Trustee Sale was finally recorded on May 14th 2018. Gina Castillo’s efforts of working with her lender on her own as well as hiring various professionals to help her stay in her home couldn’t stop her lender from eventually completing the Foreclosure on December 4th 2018.
Fortunately for Gina Castillo she was finally in communication with the financial literacy division of Serve All Help All, a 501 C3 Not for Profit Organization. Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer, the faith based division of Serve All Help All’s loss mitigation legal clinic helps desperate homeowners stave off last minute Trustee sales then helps hopeful homeowners restructure their delinquent home loans with their lender for an unusual upfront fee of only a few bags of canned goods and or nonperishables for the homeless to start their work. Then when successful they seek a good faith voluntary donation to the separate local Nonprofit Organization called Veterans First that helps house and feed neglected homeless U.S Veterans, but only when they are successful.
Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates onsite Senior Legal Director Peter Nisson, a State Bar Licensed appellate Attorney since 1974, Attorney Peter Nisson recommended she immediately engage Consumer Defense Law Group for their legal services in hopes to reverse the December 4th Trustee sale and attempt to put the property back into Gina Castillo’s name.
Gina received the email on December 13th 2018 from a Consumer Defense Law Group’s paralegal confirming her Lender official rescinded the Trustee Sale putting the home back into Gina Castillo’s name. According to the owner and Managing Attorney of Consumer Defense Law Group, PC Attorney Anthony Cara Gina Castillo’s fight is not yet over but avoiding eviction and having her day in Federal court is great news.