This lady ROCKS! how can they sell a loan they dont' own during foreclosure court battles? Seems like some judges needed to get gutsy a long time ago!
the-25-year-foreclosure-from-hell: Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance: "The 71-year-old retired insurance saleswoman has been living in her house, a two-story on a half acre in a tidy middle-class neighborhood here in central Florida, since 1978. The last time she made a mortgage payment was October 1985.
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And yet Ms. Campbell has been able to keep her house, protected by a 105-pound pit bull named Dodger and a locked, rusty gate advising visitors to beware of the dog.
'They're not going to take this house,' says Ms. Campbell. 'I intend to stay in this house and maintain it as my residence until I die.'
Ms. Campbell's foreclosure case has outlasted two marriages, three recessions and four presidents. She has seen seven great-grandchildren born, plum real-estate markets come and go and the ownership of her mortgage change six times. Many Florida real-estate lawyers say it is the longest-lasting foreclosure case they have ever heard of."