Mas Sajady was foreclosed on in 2009. According to the affidavit the server signed dated May 5, 2009, Tracy Sajady was served the day before, May 4, 2009. https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/876876786864959488
P. 1 OF JUDGES ORDER
Mas Sajady filed a restraining order and complaint regarding his foreclosure December 4, 2009, the very last day of the redemption period, so he didn’t get evicted. The next day he would get kicked out by the sheriff. Because of Sajady’s manufactured “emergency” he managed to get the case heard that day. Sajady didn’t even show up in court, but sent his lawyer.
P. 2 OF JUDGES ORDER
The judge states Sajady’s intentions clearly: “Plaintiff wanted to forestall eviction even though he did not redeem.”
P. 3 OF JUDGES ORDER
The server’s affidavit says he handed the mortgage foreclosure papers to Tracy Sajady. Tracy Sajady signed an affidavit December 4, 2009, saying she was never served. Why didn’t she sign something months before?
P. 4 OF JUDGES ORDER
Sajady had taken out a mortgage to rebuild his house for $998,000, payments were $7K a month. Three years earlier he had bought the house for $525K. With his 50K down payment, that would make about a $500K mortgage. Most likely the $998K loan was a construction loan, which would have given him about $500K cash.
The house was a shell, unfinished, when he was foreclosed on. So that would have left him alot of cash in his pocket. On top of it, he managed to buy a house for nearly $400K cash two years later despite his business failing. Besides the fact that this sounds like mortgage fraud — couldn’t he act like a real man and find a place for his wife and children to rent?
P. 5 OF JUDGES ORDER
Tracy Sajady had signed a last-minute affidavit as part of Mas Sajady’s last-minute attempt to forestall eviction on his foreclosure. What did the judge think?
The judge basically called Tracy Sajady a liar, saying:
“The court found from the bench that the affidavit of the process server was more credible than the affidavit of Tracy Sajady.”
Do you just do what your husband tells you to do without thinking? Or do you use your own mind to think for yourself? If Tracy Sajady hadn’t always just done what her husband told her to without thinking, she wouldn’t be in the position she is today. She, Sajady, and/or cop Eric Kittelson all lied about me on a police report Mas Sajady filed on me, and Tracy herself signed.
The Judge signed the order denying Sajady’s claim two months later — so not only did Mas Sajady walk away with what appears to be hundreds of thousands of dollars in his pocket courtesy of a $998K loan he never paid back, he lived rent-free for two more months. The eternal scammer.
P. 6 OF JUDGES ORDER
P. 7 OF JUDGES ORDER
TRACY SAJADY’S AFFIDAVIT