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adimit28, Home Owner in Yonkers, NY


Asked by adimit28, Yonkers, NY Tue Jun 26, 2012

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The question can best be answered by your attorney, therefore in order to best protect yourself, consider a consultation....
1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 26, 2012
I doubt that any Realtor will deign to answer your question:
We do not offer advice about LEGAL problems nor TAX problems.
I will tell you that New York is a RECOURSE state, and it is a possibility.

You should contact a Real Estate Attorney and so professional advice.

Good luck and may God bless
1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 26, 2012
Dear Homeowner,

This is an urgent matter so I needed to get your attention.

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When it comes to foreclosures,
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You need to have a plan B, because there are SERIOUS consequences with foreclosures:
• Losing Your House
• Owing $$$ to the IRS
• Losing Your Credit
• Getting Evicted
• Harassment from lenders

Your Loan is scheduled for Foreclosure Auction.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 26, 2013
I highly recommend you direct this question to an attorney that specializes in real estate law.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 26, 2012
I would not think they could seize anything you have if you have not put it up as collateral on the loan. I think a bank might not allow a short sale to occur if you have some assets that could be drawn from to make the loan current though. Just a guess on my part though.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 26, 2012
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