Court records state that Jacqueline and her hubby, Chris, were able to save their 6br custom home from foreclosure earlier in the month. Basically, the couple had to knuckle down and get to work, so they could overcome their financial woes, and keep themselves from going homeless.
Back in 2014, the couple listed their New Jersey mansion on the market, because treatment for their son, Nicolas, was just far too expensive. Unfortunately, this led the couple to skip out on paying for their home, as their last payment posted was in October of 2014, so their lender had no choice but to begin foreclosure procedures.
As we mentioned above, the couple put their home on the market for a whopping $2.85 million, but after no luck, they ended up dropping the price down to $2.78 million. Once again, after no luck, they decided to take the home off the market.
Back in 2007, Jacqueline’s husband, Chris Laurita, took out a 1.6 million dollar mortgage, and their monthly payments were an insane $10,846.
Even though things were looking quite dire for the couple at one point in time financially, it looks like they’re back on the road to becoming financially stable, and we’re more than happy for them.
After all, it’s a shame when medical treatments are so expensive that you have to choose between caring for your son, or face losing your home.
Great job, Jacqueline and Chris! We’re glad you two are getting things sorted out.