An elderly woman fell behind on mortgage payments after her husband died and was evicted from her home. Fortunately for her, she has compassionate neighbors.
One knows who their true friends are during times of crises. Fortunately for 89-year-old Angie Tyma, one of her best friends lives just a few houses away and helped save her home.
WFLA News Channel 8 reports that Tyma has lived in the same house for 35 years, but fell behind on mortgage payments after her husband died. The house in Hudson, Florida, ended up falling into foreclosure and the elderly citizen was informed of the fact just last month. It wasn’t long before she and all her possessions were tossed onto the streets.
Unsure of what to do, Angie took up residence in a Day’s Inn hotel. Only when her neighbors spotted all of Tyma’s belongings on the street did they find out what happened and plot to assist their friend.
Danielle Calder ended up buying the property for $167,500 so she could become Angie’s landlord. As the video below relays, the Florida resident was speechless upon being invited to move back in. The block of neighbors stored her possessions and even repainted the building before they helped her move home.
This story is evidence that good, kind-hearted people exist in this world. If you don’t see enough of them, be one yourself. Please comment below and share this news!
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