OC Real Housewife Home in ‘Loss Mitigation’
According to the Orange County Register, Jeana Keough the former star of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” has “saved” her home from a foreclosure auction.
In a long rambling letter from Keough to OC Register writer Mark Eades, she says:
“Mark, thank you for making me aware of a NOD (notice of default) filed on my house, I have successfully completed a loan modification with Zachary Scoggins and Art Moore! Thanks guys! Washington Mutual/Chase are committed to keeping families in there homes.”
But a telephone call today to the trustee — California Reconveyance Company, the debt collector hired by Chase — confirmed that the foreclosure file for Keough’s Coto de Caza home was in “loss mitigation hold,” indicating she’s still in the process of working on a loan modification on her $1,300,000 mortgage.
In her letter to the Register, Keough went on to say:
“I probably will sell the house — 8,500 feet with a guest house on a 1.2 acre lot with 6 garages is more than Colton and I need. My $6.5 million house is now worth $5 million, but the next house I buy will be cheaper, too.”