There are many reasons someone will be evicted after they’re paying their mortgage. Maybe they have not been paying their mortgage on time. You can be paying every month but if you’re missing the due dates and you’re not communicating with the banks, then something is going wrong and it usually piles up to you having to leave the property, you losing the property or the bank stating they had no communication with you. You have not called them, told them what’s going on. If you’re payments are always late, this is not to your benefit. If you payments are not total and full in the amount that is due, this is not to your benefit. So if you’re being evicted, that means something went wrong with the payments that were being made and you need to contact the bank to make sure that everybody is on the same page and all the communication is on right side to left side, north side to south side and everyone knows what is going on. Do not just sit there and hope to god that the bank will just like you for your personality. That’s not going to happen.
Take the advise of an attorney, call a broke, let them know whats happening. Real estate agents and real estate brokers have a lot of experience in this particular area. They have a lot of experience in the area of real estate. So if you are not sure what is happening and you are pretty certain that your payments have been on time but you’re still getting a notice then something has gone severely wrong in that pipeline and you need to get a straight communication to the bank to find out whats going on. Either on a phone, immediately. I would not say sending a letter at that time. I say contact the bank. Get yourself an attorney. Get yourself a broker to follow through. See what’s going on and help you along this matter so that you are not evicted from a house you have been paying for and if you have proof of that, that will be even to your benefit.