According to ForeclosureRadar.com, Lender Washington Mutual — now Chase — last month filed a notice of default for a $1.3 million mortgage made in 2003. Unpaid was $37,538. The Coto homeowner’s association filed a similar motion in April, claiming its owed $3,732.
Jeana told The OC Register that she recently got some paperwork from lenders and “I’m trying to doing a loan modification.”
She admits that she controls four homes — the other three are rental properties — and all are in trouble. “I think all four of my houses have notices of defaults on them, as I’m trying to get loan modifications on them. To get a loan modification you have to stop making payments to qualify. I have renters in the other three now. I don’t know if I’m going to sell it, or what I’m going to do.”
“It’s a tough market, everybody’s struggling,” says Keough, who is described as “a successful realtor of high-end homes (usually in the millions)” in her bio on Bravo’s site. “My kids don’t really need this news right now.”
source - bricks&stones
Usually I may take a little pleasure in reading about these plastic 'wives' losing some of their material sh!t, but Jeana was different. Not quite as phony as the other ladies. I hope she can get her finances in order and return for another Season on Bravo.