July 6, 2022
Over 20,000 million people will be facing homelessness as of July 1, 2022, so this is why I feel we are close to Nesara going through.
Everyone was given a 90 day extension on April 1, 2022. First of all I wanted to apologize for not writing on this topic before now. But since I was knee-deep in David Straight online classes, everyone of my prior Gesara e-newsletters, contained parts of his teachings so I had to get everything out there while it was still fresh in my mind.
If you are about to become homeless take these steps:
–File Your Own Bankruptcy to Stay in Your Home: Before funds run out you can file your own bankruptcy on your home to save it.
You can go to Office Depot and fill out the bankruptcy kit or packet and file the bankruptcy yourself – until you can obtain the services of a bankruptcy lawyer to assist you.
This will give you time to just breathe and come up for air. I did it myself back in 2001, after I became a ‘federal whistleblower‘ and my job forced me to be off work for 15 months on UNPAID sick leave. So I know this process is ‘doable’ and again it will just give you time to breathe.
Fill out as much of the bankruptcy kit as possible then take the packet to the bankruptcy court. Once they stamp the documents, fax it over to your mortgage company. This might cost a couple of hundred dollars (more now of course).
The stamp on the paperwork should buy you some time and you won’t have to move. Your next step after filing the paperwork and obtaining a case number is to go ahead and file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, which will wipe out all your debt.
You can read more about filing a bankruptcy in my book “How To Take Control of Your Own Life: A Self-Help Guide to Empowering Your Family and the Entire Community” (Series 2).
I ended up filing both a Chapter 7 and a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. You can probably get away with not paying anything to remain in the home for several months. I was able to stay in my home rent-free for a year.
Remember all mortgages is about to be wiped out by Gesara so filing this bankruptcy your ownself will buy you time to continue to have a roof over your head.
In the past filing a bankruptcy would stay on your credit file for 7 years, but I don’t believe anyone will have a credit score in the future since everything was a FRAUD.
–Don’t Move Until You Have To: Banks might start sending foreclosure letters 3 to 6 months before you have to move if you are at least 3 months behind on your mortgage notes.
Meanwhile, just stay there and keep a roof over your head. Don’t leave until the Marshal’s put a yellow or pink slip on your door then you will have 2 weeks to move.
–Reach Out to Family or Friends: Call family and friends for a loan or have them come and pick you up if you receive a final notice from the Marshals. Again, it will be a pink or yellow notice that they will place on your door two weeks before you need to move.
If you have to move call family and friends to see if they can hold your belongings in storage or at their garages, but by then your goal should be taking care of yourself and family and leaving behind stuff.
–Don’t Wait Until You are Totally Broke: Before you totally run out of money, you can go ahead and put all your belongings in storage for at least 90 days but if your circumstances don’t improve and you can’t make monthly payments, you will lose everything so you might also want to think about holding a yard sale and auctioning off everything.
Just understand that many people never go back to their storage units. That same money that you used to put your belongings in storage, could have been used to feed your family instead.
-Go To a Homeless Shelter: For protection to keep a roof over your head try to go to a homeless shelter, but these will probably be full. Remember if you are a single mother and have a pre-teen male, he will have to stay on the side with the men and will be at risk of being molested.
-Move In Your Car, a Van or RV: Many people move in a car, van or RV and go to Walmarts or Truck Stops or ask a family member or friend if they can park in their driveways. There are many other places you can park at overnight. Read “Places to Park Your RV, Van or Car Overnight.”.