Detroit Eviction Defense

Not One More Eviction

A Fundraiser: Keep Jennine In Her Home

jennine-houseSaturday December 10th
2:30-6pm
St. Johns Church
2120 Russell St. Detroit

A fundraiser for Jennine Spencer featuring musical performances, live poetry, storytelling and food. Proceeds will support Jennine in getting free of property taxes. Solidarity with Detroiters resisting displacement!

Suggested donation of $10. Make checks out to Detroit Eviction Defense or Jennine Spencer

Land Bank Gets Raided

Land Bank gets raided.

Land Bank gets raided.

“The incident came amid an aggressive effort by federal authorities to get information about how the city and demolition contractors tore down thousands of dilapidated homes since 2014 with millions in federal dollars. The investigation began earlier this year after demolition prices spiked 60% under a new management structure Mayor Mike Duggan put into place after he took office.”

Free Press Article Here

 

Land Bank Demolishes Daniel Murray’s Home, Is Working To Displace Detroiters

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Daniel Murray lost the home he grew up in to the Land Bank’s demolition last July. Although he believed he had paid off the delinquent property tax balance on the property in 2012, the property had already been
foreclosed and transferred to Wayne County. However the City Treasurer’s office took subsequent checks without informing him of the foreclosure.

Murray’s parents purchased the home at 15745 Quincy in 1961, when he was eight. He came back to Detroit in the ‘90s to help his mother, who has since passed away. On April 14, 2014, unbeknownst to Murray, title to his home was transferred to the Detroit Land Bank and the City of Detroit, without posting a notice on the home as required by law, found his home to be a “dangerous building.” Continue reading

Flagstar Bank: Stop Trying to Evict Barbara Campbell!

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Protesters outside of Flagstar Bank in support of Barbara Campell

As Barbara Campell fights to survive one medical disaster after another — cancer, heart surgery, loss of kidney function and 3 strokes — Flagstar Bank is trying to evict her from her Detroit home. Now, after many promises that it wouldn’t do so, the bank is moving to evict Ms. Campbell, who’s a former director of the Girl Scouts.
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Keep Tonya in Her Home!

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HUD oversees Freddie Mac, who bought Tonya’s house for $300. Freddie Mac is who is trying to evict Tonya, but we say she is here to stay. Join us for a rally in front of the HUD offices.

Tonya Pace bought her home from her Grandmother in 2003 to keep it in the family. Tonya had been working with Chase Bank on a modification. The bank was wasting Tonya’s time and gave her the run around, doing the well known “bank paper shuffle” for 9 months. Without notice, Continue reading

Mary Sanders Wins back her home!

Protest in front of the Development company trying to throw out Mary Sanders

Protest in front of the Development company trying to throw out Mary Sanders

Campaign convinces California investor to return Detroit home for little more than what he paid at tax auction.

With support from Detroit Eviction Defense, Mary Jones-Sanders has bought back her home from a California investor who had planned to profit from it.

Because Ms. Sanders is living on a fixed income, she should have gotten a poverty Continue reading

Defend Our Seniors – Keep Mary in Her Home

Join Us:
Wednesday February 3rd 11am
CDM Real Estate Services
2723 S. State Street. Suite #147 Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Mary Sander and Her Grandaughter Kelly

Mary Sander and Her Grandaughter Kell

Mary Jones-Sanders bought her home on Bewick in Detroit in 1975. This has been her home for more than 40 years. She has raised children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren in this home. Ms. Sanders will be 80 years old this spring.

On Wednesday we will be headed to the offices of CDM Real Estate to keep Mary in her home. We ask you to join us.

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