ANTONIO PATRICK GAGNON is currently employed as a Broker and/or Investment Adviser at SECURIAN FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. located at 2000 Town Center, Suite 1600, Southfield, MI, 48075.
ANTONIO PATRICK GAGNON has worked at SECURIAN FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. since December 08, 2016
ANTONIO PATRICK GAGNON has 3 Disclosure Event(s).
Date: September 20, 2012 Category: Financial Type: Compromise Disposition: Satisfied/Released
Date: June 23, 2010 Category: Financial Type: Compromise Disposition: Satisfied/Released Broker Comment: After deciding I could not afford to maintain my personal residence I decided to move out since I could not sell it. It was worth substancially less than what my mortgage balance. I rented an apartment and found a renter for the property. After a while the tenants could not afford to stay there and moved out. The house was vacant and I could not find another tenant to offset the mortgage payment. I asked Citi-Mortgage for help and I was able to settle with them for less than I owed. Final terms were a payment of $10,000 to pay off the second mortgage on the property. I still had the first mortgage that was eventually satisfied with the sale of the house in 2014. I no longer own the property.
Date: June 01, 2010 Category: Financial Type: Compromise Disposition: Satisfied/Released Broker Comment: The housing crisis of 2008 caused issues with renters and affordability with the investment property with Wells Fargo Bank. After 3 short sale attempts and 1 died in lieu attempt I had no other choices but to release the property back to the bank. I was declined all my attempts to resolve the matter. I was also part of a class action law suit against WFB for unfair consumer practices. The house needed more repairs than it was worth on the current real estate market. This year I was contacted by a debt collecter (Stawiarski & Associates) to resolve the debt. The firm requested 10K to resolveand remove the final debt. We negotiated it to 7K and it was paid off in full on 9/15/15. The final debt was satisfied and released on this date.
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