Former firefighter Raul Martinez reacts to a last minute injunction Wednesday (18 April) that halts the foreclosure sale of his Lower Valley home.
He told Cayman 27 his argument centers on the issue of drive-by evaluations. He said the bank sold his home for just $285,000, but showed Cayman 27 previous evaluations dating from 2008-2012 that place the value of his property in the $700,000 to $800,000 range.
“I’m leaving it in God’s hands, everything is in God’s hands,” said Mr. Martinez. “He knows what is going to take place on the 9th and that I have faith in, God. No mankind, I’ve got faith in God.”
The matter is due back in court May 9th. Mr. Martinez has vowed to resist eviction.