my house is going up for sale aug.4th i either need
to fidn a way to pay off loan of 104,000 or fidn help with getting a new one, my husband left, and i have no income or job , i have a daughter who is pregnant and due in nov. and she also has a 6 month old son who lives with me, if i do not get the help i neeed before the end of htis month we will be out on the street!! that is no way for a baby to be raised. some one please help us!! i wll repay as soonas possible
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You and your daughter need to BOTH be looking for jobs. Does the father of her two children pay or owe child support? If your daughter is a minor, does her father pay child support?
Meanwhile, check with your local department of social services to see what help you can both get. Also see if your town has a community action group, and see if they can help you. At worst, you are going to want to look into women and children shelters to see what resources will be available to you in a worst case scenario.
your problem would be that you say you can repay as soon as possible
but you have no income.Can you go on social assistance.And your dauughter
can she go on.How much per month are your mortgage payments?
You are living beyond your means. You cannot live in a $100,000+ house with no income… kiss the house goodbye and find a job. Any job, they are out there.
well you know what we have both tried getting jobs i have been trying to get a job for the last year and half , no i am not living beyond my means, and no i do not live in a 100.000 dollar house, that is what is owed onit cause my ex husband took out a second mortgage on the house. the house it self is only worth 60,000 and yes i woudl and wil pay back anyone any amount that any one would help with since i am working from home, but not enough to pay off my loan complete adn that is the only way i can keep from loosingit, i have tried and am on any and all public assistance that is available to me, which is food assistance and i signed up for housing assistance which i am on a waiting list for 2 1/2 years . my daughter has also been trying to find a job, and go to school plus take care of her 6 month old son and make dr. appointments for her. it isnt’ as easy you suggest either one. may you never get where i am at or many other people are at. and in our town there are no jobs, even fast food places or gas stations are not hiring, we do the best we can with what we have, we do with out because of no money, and if that is living beyond means, then i guess we are, but we eat cause we have food assistance, our utilities get paid through wsos. the baby’s clothes are from hand me downs. we dont have name brand anything, wearing clothes that are 8 - 10 years old. so tell me we are living beyond our means on nothing!!! so until you are in my shoes, lving the way i am living don’t you dare say i am living beyond my means. i live in a hosue that is only worth 60,000 and all because my husband took out a second mortgage and refinanced the house 3 times is the only reason the loan is that high. think and ask before making uncarin callous statements like that. adn you call yourself a help.com site?? really it shoudl be changed to snob,jumping to conclusion site.
For one i am not living beyond my means, my house is worth $60,000 i said i owed 104,000 on it. because my husband refinanced too many times and took out a second mortgage that is how it became 104,ooo not that it is worth that and i amliving inluxury, i am wearing clothes that are 10 years old , i have been looking for a job for the last year and half, there are no jobs in my town. if you hadnt’ noticed teh economy sucks!! or maybe you are just so well off you hadn’t noticed that people all around you are out of work?? you call your self a help.com site, it is more like a condem.com site, get off your high horses and get your noses out of the air and look around you. i have tried and am on all kinds of assistance, if it were food stamps we wouldnt eat, if it werent’ for wsos we woudn’t have our utilities paid. if it weren’t for government insurance my daughter wouldnt’ get her prenatal care and teh baby wouldnt’ get his shots and dr.s visits. if it weren’t for hand me downs for others the baby wouldn’t have clothes,bed,etc.
So before you jump to conclusions about living beyond means, ask before you jump . as you see you fell on your face this time. and yes i can repay as soon as possible , which means, let me explain , as soon as my income starts coming in from working from home , and i may only be able to pay a little bit at a time,but yes i woudl pay it back none the less.
So thank you so much for your condensending answers, i hope you never need help.
Dear, I’m in a similar situation. I made no assumptions about you, just made some suggestions that are the best help I’m able to give right now. I understand your frustration at people not being able to offer any better advice, but sometimes there just isn’t any better advice to offer.
Sometimes people lose their houses. I am looking at probably losing mine. It isn’t the end of the world. We don’t even get our utilities paid by anyone, where I live.
Hold on. . . eight months ago your daughter was due December 24th? What happened to that child, and how did she manage to get pregnant again without a husband who can provide support to at least the children? Or is this a different daughter now?
Yeah I just really don’t see anyone sending money to a random stranger on the internet. Nice try, though.
What happened to the five month old and sixteen year old grandsons you mentioned in your previous post 8 months ago? If that daughter is working now, can she help you? Can’t your 16 year old grandson get a job and help out? Or maybe you can move in with them now?
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