Mark, thank you for making me aware of a NOD (notice of default) filed on my house, I have successfully completed a loan modification with Zachary Scoggins and Art Moore! Thanks guys! Washington Mutual/Chase are committed to keeping families in there homes. Thanks President Obama and HUD’s Jason Coughenour.
I have struggled for months with loan mods (modifications) for all my clients and myself. So many of my friends, Realtors, Actors, Mortgage brokers, writers and Directors and Producers and agents are struggling in this economy. Hopefully things will turn around, it is times like these when people’s true character’s come out. I am proud of all my friends who have struggled and kept positive in these uncertain times.
And my dear friends who have helped me Bridget Godardt of Pure Indulgence med spa and facials, Ken Pavis, and Kym Wyman for always keeping my hair looking good, Sabrina from Glitter Girl and Sky tops from Robertson Blvd, Liza from La Diva for always making me look good. And of course my fellow OC’ housewives Gretchen and Slade, Tamara and Simon and Lynn and Frank, Quinn and Tammy Knickerbocker for all your moral support.
My favorite restaurants, who have suffered because I am not eating there 7 nights a week. Hanna’s, Infusion and Tutto Fresco! Thanks for your support and letters, leaving TRHOC (The Real Housewives of Orange County) is hard but I am confident I will be successful in what ever adventure is next.
I have a life coach, Tom Ferry, whose help through all this has been a god send. A literary agent Dan Conaway from Writer’s House, and a co-writer Laura Morton (she has written 36 celebrity books.) Kara (daughter) has transferred to UCLA and is taking summer school, doing an internship and writing a book about Reality TV’s effect on her life.
Colton (son) has been asked to try out for the Area Code Games, a very big deal for him, (baseball-related) and is getting great grades in school. Shane (son) is getting better every week at his Stockton Ports (minor league) baseball club and is settling in nicely to life on the road.
Thanks for all your letters of concerns and offers of financial aid, I am really touched. I probably will sell the house — 8,500 feet with a guest house on a 1.2 acre lot with 6 garages is more than Colton and I need. My $6.5 million house is now worth $5 million, but the next house I buy will be cheaper, too.
– Jeana Keough