The owners turned the house over to Wells Fargo last May, but the bank refused to show the house to potential buyers, the agent said. And then, neighbors say, the foreclosure boss moved in.
Neighbors in the gated community got a little suspicious, and began investigating this woman they say suddenly began living in the house. They got her name from community employees, who admitted to the Times that they issued her a homeowner's parking pass. They believe she is Cheronda Guyton, a Wells Fargo senior vice president responsible for foreclosed commercial properties.