W & C were tired of fighting Bank of America to save their home. A short-term job loss at the height of the recession had caused a hardship, and they’d fought for three years to reaffirm their loan and to have a modification accepted so they could stay in the home they loved. Unfortunately, the bank wasn’t cooperating and they were experiencing a terrible case of the run-around. Finally, they hired an attorney to negotiate with the bank on their behalf. When that failed, they threw their hands up and called Jennifer. The house was sold in no time, and Jennifer managed Bank of America to an approved short sale, which gave her frustrated clients an opportunity to control their move, achieve debt forgiveness and acquire a fresh start. ‘Twas a bittersweet event for her sellers, but Jennifer was grateful for the opportunity to help two great people find closure after a long fight that rarely leaves consumers victorious. With the pressure of that mortgage behind them, both are back to work and doing well, and the rebuilding has begun.