A family in northern Montana has been forced to turn to a local property management company to find out where they could get the money they’ve been looking for.
More:Family of missing woman gets $5,000 in donations to buy their house from real estate companyA couple in the city of Bunkerville, Idaho, said they’re hoping to use their money to buy a home from a local real estate agency.
It was a bad situation.
They’re trying to help the community by using a real estate agent.
That’s how they found out about their family missing money, and they want to help out.
That’s how a realtor in Bunkesville, Idaho got wind of this family’s plight, and decided to help.
The couple is calling it “family assistance,” and they’re asking for help from the public.
In their news release, the couple said the couple, their daughter, and her husband are not only trying to keep their home, but also help their neighbors in the area.
The couple said they have three kids, and have lived in the same house for 17 years.
They have two young sons, ages 5 and 2, and a granddaughter.
They said they’ve worked hard to provide for their family.
The family said the money is in the bank, and will be used to help buy a house.
The woman, who said she has a medical condition, is not able to pay her mortgage, so she said she is trying to find a way to get the funds.
The mother said her daughter, who works at a grocery store, told her they were trying to sell their house to make ends meet.
She said she thinks the family needs help more than the money.
The Bunkville Daily News reported that the family’s lawyer said the family is not asking for money, but that they are not asking anyone to donate.
They are not saying where the money will be spent, or what it will be for.
If you or someone you know needs help, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE.