> Papa _ Wrote:
> If he gives the car back and never pays a penny, I highly doubt they
> will go after his wages.
> Just harass him like crazy and turn his debt over to a collection
> agency. Which he can ignore as long as he pleases.
> My wife’s family is terrible about this stuff. I get calls from people
> looking for them. It’s weird. My sister in law had a similar car which
> she hid from the repo people and then just drove illegally for a long
> time. I think that’s stealing? Point is, they don’t try that hard. They
> want to talk tough and rip people off. Court costs way too much, so if
> he walks away, all he has to lose is his credit score which is bottomed
> out. 550 is as low as it gets. Far as I know.
> No option that involves him continuing to pay for a car he doesn’t
> possess makes sense. NO, don’t do that.
> $500 a month can get you a decent house in Ohio. My last place, before I
> moved, was a brand new double-wide home on a 6 acre wooded lot with a
> pond. Across the road was a river and cattle pasture. Serene. It cost
> $600 a month. If I had to live there or section 8, dumping all my income
> into a shyster’s pocket, I’d pick the country home.
> It’s good that your talking about responsible options. I don’t think
> these kind of people deserve that consideration. They do deserve for him
> to get a new phone number, open a different bank account, and move on
> with his life.
A double Wide home is a trailer not a full foundation house, same with a prefab house but ya trailers and double wide trailers are very reasonable and somewhat near where I live but there’s a waiting list for the nicer parks
I know someone who got a like new repo trailer for $14,000 with only $98$ a month park maintenance fee which includes landscaping and Snow removal,
He never has to pay rent rest of his life but I don’t know if I would trust those for trailer parks are like tornado magnets, I’ll tell you though the Doublewide with big carport, under trailer storage, porch/patio front and backyard are worth it but I like to have a poured walls/foundation basement lower level just in case the weather goes south