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Rental home foreclosed in California

March 21st, 2012 by Jarad

Question:  I have/had a rental home in California. The bank (Chase) held the 1st and 2nd on the home. They foreclosed on the home and have since sold/auctioned it off. However, they (via a debt collector) are continuing to contact me in an effort to get me to pay off the 2nd/equity line ($32,000). I do not have that kind money and am struggling to hang on to my primary residence. What can they do to me and what are my options?

Answer:  – Your best option is to work with them and try to reach some sort of agreement, pay plan, settlement or payoff. If you can’t work something out, most people will file bk. In many cases, if you let the bank know you are serious about filing bk, they will work something out with you. We’ve been very successful in settling 2nd mortgages before they go to auction but you can still do the same after the auction to avoid the deficiency judgment.



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