There are laws in this country about selling property.
The Fair Housing Act precludes discrimination in selling or renting real estate (and that includes raw land) based on any of the above things.
Nicole is claiming that the Kentucky Land Company denied them a land contract based solely on “harassment” that is not their fault at all but that would follow them to their new location. This is supposedly harassment that has Nicole in fear of her life, so much so that she’s been to the court system repeatedly to seek relief.
This harassment, according to Nicole and Joe’s own statements, is due to the “trolls” who do not agree with their lifestyle, with the number of children they have (familial status), with their religious ideas, and political views.
What Nicole is claiming is that the Kentucky Land Company has discriminated unfairly and illegally against her and Joe. She is accusing them, publicly, in writing, of an illegal act.
Hell, this is pure gold. This could be their new source of income. Go after the deep pockets of the Kentucky Land Company. Obviously, Nicole wouldn’t write something like that, so blatantly, if it were not true. Would she?
And since it has to be true, she and Joe can sue them and collect big. They would own their dream land free and clear by the time they were done.
This, of course, is a comment (on that same BLH page) made by a person who may or may not actually be a loan officer, but the comment is completely correct. What Nicole claims the Kentucky Land Company did is totally illegal.
But hell, Nicole is all over this already. I should have known. She’s a god-damned lawyer by now because of YouTube. You can learn anything on YouTube, right?