Soldier Buys Back Foreclosed-Upon Home
The economic recession hit soldier Jose Cordova’s family hard. When he was deployed to Afghanistan, his father lost his job. Unable to make mortgage payments, the house was foreclosed-upon. What Cordova’s family didn’t know was the massive secret he had been keeping. He was saving each and everyone of his military checks, eventually saving $30,000.
While still in Afghanistan, Cordova called up a realtor to make a bid on his childhood home. The seller knew the family was down on their luck, and agreed to lower the price. Finally, Cordova was able to buy back his family’s home, and he managed to do it while thousands of miles away!
“I’ve been doing this for 25 years. I’ve never ever ever met a young man with the kind of commitment and compassion for family that Jose has. He is an incredible individual,” said the realtor, G. Varrato.
Cordova was able to take a two-week leave from active duty to seal the deal.
“We are all really happy to have it back. My dad is going to make a few more rooms, so it will make it a little bigger. Everybody was really happy,” he said.
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