In a hotel room not far from Disneyland, Renee Genel slumps on a couch, her family’s meager possessions scattered nearby in torn plastic shopping bags. Unlike most of the guests here, Genel is not a tourist. This room, until noon tomorrow, is home. More than three weeks ago, on Aug. 1, Bank of America evicted Genel, her two children, her toddler niece and her boyfriend Christopher Mogelberg from a condominium they rented.
Foreclosed Renters Left Homeless In Shadow Of Disneyland
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