A former home-owner in Phoenix quits paying her mortgage and blames everyone else:
A little more than a year ago, I bought a four-bedroom tract home with a pool, in a very nice subdivision in Scottsdale, Arizona, for $570,000.
Suddenly, the house I bought for $570,000 is worth…$380,000?!?!
What this means is that I, as a responsible homeowner, am now paying a mortgage of $450,000, on a house worth $380,000…
I never thought I would be the type to end up in foreclosure, but last month I made the decision to stop paying my mortgage.
Alisa, you made a commitment. A promise. You signed a contract vowing you would pay what you promised.
You’re bailing out before you’ve honored your promise, and that makes you a liar and a thief, not to mention a colossal moron for imagining that a house is an investment. You allowed yourself to be consumed by tulip mania and you’re going to walk away from your obligation. Your actions prove you’re not a “responsible homeowner”. On the contrary, they prove that you can’t be trusted to keep your word.
This would have been a comment on Alisa’s blog, but she’s disabled comments on that entry.
Alisa’s bullshit via Billy.
Update: Alisa removed her original post, stating “Way too many crazy, ignorant people linking to this post from fascist sites. Not worth the gray hair”, revealing that she’s not only a liar and a thief, but a coward as well.
And, by the way, Alisa, “fascist” doesn’t mean what you imagine it means.