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News Tech: Willie Hudson, a 75-year-old veteran, purchased a property in Yuma to be nearer to his son and family. However, after moving in, he and his wife Audrey discovered that the seller had failed to reveal sewer problems.

The day after he moved in, the crippled Vietnam War veteran’s toilet overflowed and blocked, despite the fact that he claims to have done his due diligence and had the house examined before making the purchase.

Willie and Audrey claim that their offer on this property, which was estimated to be worth $200,000, was too good to be true.

He claims that after paying plumbers from Area Plumbing around $1300 to resolve the issue, it reappeared a few days later.

He and Audrey claim that taking a shower is difficult.

I take a shower every other day, and I haven’t taken more than two since this has started, claims Willie. Willie claims he should have obtained the loan through the Veterans Affairs (VA), but he chose the conventional loan because he wanted to leave the house to his son and daughter-in-law.

He argues that he wouldn’t be able to leave property to his family if he obtained a VA loan. According to what Hudson knows, they would have to pay off the entire debt or, if they were in the military, they could inherit it that way. “I would have received a lovely house if I had used the VA. Ready to move in only. Like, I thought this was ready to move into, but it really put me in a…I’m trying to come up with a word. In any case, it hurt me.”

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He then claims that he is unsure of what to do next. “I am unable to pay for it myself. I would be grateful if someone could assist me “Hudson sobs.

Hudson claims that his relocation to Yuma was motivated by his health. Hudson says he has PTSD, diabetes, high blood pressure, and he has roughly ten different malignancies that are examined for twice a year. You may find the Hudsons’ GoFundMe page here if you want to help them in any way.

Willie claims that although he may hire a lawyer, he requires assistance since he is unsure of what to do next. The Hudsons left Concord, North Carolina, and claim that this issue only made their debt worse.

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