Tell it to Mr. Hahn

Posted October 30th, 2007 by Joe Kaiser

And while you're at it, tell it to the 24 other families I partnered up with.

Dear Rob,

I stumbled onto a story you may find of interest.

It involves a fellow in Houston who’d lost his home in foreclosure and decided he wasn’t going to leave it, even when the sheriff came to tell him it was his time to go.


Good and Valuable Service

He finally did, but they had to carry him out.

The article is here . . .

Of course, Cheryl doesn’t believe me rescuing someone from foreclosure has value.

In fact, she believes me paying a “nominal” amount for a big percentage (up to 50%) of ownership to stop someone’s foreclosure is a rip-off rather than a good and valuable service.

Nonsense.


Risks and responsibilities

As an actual investor putting his money at risk, I can tell you it’s an extraordinary service.

Stepping up to save a home and in doing so becoming partners with someone in foreclosure is a service few investors are able to provide.

Particularly when you understand the risks and responsibilities you’ve just assumed (your office, Rob, obviously does not).

How else do you explain this?

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Former AAG Cheryl D Kringle

Fiscal Dynamics does not provide a valuable service to Washington property owners— Cheryl D. Kringle

Tell that to Mr. Hahn, Cheryl.

And while you’re at it, tell it to the 24 other families I partnered up with. You know, the ones still in their homes today?


Who?

The ones who didn’t lose their homes to foreclosure.

The ones who didn’t get evicted and tossed out onto the street.

The ones who weren’t left penniless with nowhere to go.

The ones who didn’t have the sheriff firing tear gas through their windows.

And yes, the ones, unlike Mr. Hahn, who didn’t have a reason to put a gun to their heads.

Yeah, them.

In the arena,

Joe Kaiser


4 Responses to: “Tell it to Mr. Hahn”

  1. olyguy responds:
    Posted: October 30th, 2007 at 4:56 am

    Joe Kaiser, you have provided a great service. This reminds me of the old poster that said something to the effect of, “No good deed goes unpunished.”

    Which is not true; but what is true is that people doing good things will always attract the unwanted actions of corrupt self-serving politicians who are desparate to divert the attention of the citizens they have sworn to serve.

    Governor Chrissy, Rob the Reprehensible, Cheryl the @#$t are all trying to mount a PR campaign to distract voters in Washington from the corruption, major screwups and lack of performance in the AG’s offices. If they were really doing their jobs, they would not be looking for PR events such as suing Joe Kaiser and the other beneficial business people in Washington.

    Chrissy, Rob and Cheryl wouldn’t need to be the *Unholy Three* if they were themselves actually providing benefit to the abused children in Washington, etc. But children don’t vote, so the Unholy Three never gave them the time of day.

    And where are the media in all of this? What about their responsibility to provide balanced, accurate news coverage? Why IS the media in bed with Chrissy on this? Where are the political reporters for the major media?

    Chrissy, Rob, Cheryl – the Unholy Three – once again evoke the words:
    DISGUSTING, REPREHENSIBLE, KNOWINGLY MALICIOUS, CORRUPT POLITICOS.

  2. Loya responds:
    Posted: October 30th, 2007 at 6:00 am

    Faced with losing my house and moving my family to who knows where…………..and thinking overage at the sale will save me……now that’s a leap in logic/faith. No way would a sane person think that way nor would a juror……rest my case……Sadly, I think we are going to hear more stories like this in the future.

  3. DaveD responds:
    Posted: October 30th, 2007 at 7:00 am

    So is it fair to say the foreclosure process, county prosecutors and sheriffs contribute to more homeowners dying by tragic and violent means than investors who specialize in keeping them in their own homes?

    Seems valuable service to me, especially if my financial ceiling is crashing around my ears, and I am becomming dangerously unhinged. Do you think he would have squeezed the trigger if he knew he had another way out? Rob? Cheryl?

  4. Joe Kaiser responds:
    Posted: October 30th, 2007 at 10:15 am

    He probably could have used a real estate equalizer, don’t you think?


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