John Ferrari came home after work one night to find the locks on his Lauderhill home changed and a sign on the window declaring that the property was being managed by Chase Home LLC.
Ferrari and his wife, Lisa, knew their house was to be sold in a foreclosure sale in a few weeks, but they didn’t expect to suddenly be locked out of their home without warning or a notice of eviction — especially since most of their belongings were still in the house.
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