Newschannel 9 Investigates Robosigning in El Paso County
Homeowner May Lose Home, Even After Making Mortgage Payments
EL PASO - Millions of American homeowners are familiar with that awful feeling of uncertainty, when they're about to lose their home. Some of those people may be unjustly losing their property.
Remember Bea Huml? KTSM introduced you to her back in February.
She's facing foreclosure on her central El Paso home, even though she never stopped making her mortgage payments. Her attorney says it's because of an illegal process known as robosigning.
However, there is a glimmer of hope in her case. A local judge is ordering Huml's mortgage lender to prove it filed the foreclosure documents properly.
This Thursday, we'll explain what that could mean for El Paso homeowners facing foreclosure.
Here's our previous story on robosigning: http://www.ktsm.com/news/el-paso-woman-may-be-victim-of-illegal-robosigning