A couple were kicked out of their H4H home because they had some difficulty and it seems never managed to get back on track.
Well these are the things that happen to low income people. One thing can set you back for years.
A non-profit organization dedicated to helping low-income families own homes has evicted a Kingston, Ont., couple after they fell behind on their payments.
Habitat for Humanity Kingston executive director Sandra Berg confirmed that it is the first time the Kingston affiliate of the international organization has evicted any of its residents.
Police helped the organization ensure that Theresa and Kevin Orr left the home late Tuesday afternoon.
Theresa Orr said she and her husband have lived in the building since 2004, and fell behind on their monthly rent payments due to health problems and a job loss.
But she said she now has a stable job, has paid back what she owes and has been making regular rental payments since 2005, and wants to negotiate with Habitat Kingston.