Do I have to pay taxes on the cancellation of debt? Can the second forclose on me ever?
What is a quiet title and what good will that do? I live in Mi
Do I have to pay taxes on the cancellation of debt?
Not if this is a primary residence
Can the second forclose on me ever?
Under what circumstances can they forclose? Say In years to come I want to sell what happens to the lien? If I only have a ride thur agreement why do I have any rights to the property in a quiet title?
should i calll the bank and ask for a release of lien should i let time pass can they change their mind on the 1099c
When and why can they forclose
Should I call the bank and ask for a release of lien Can they change their mind on the 1099c
If they write the debt off with a 1099c then how can they still come after me
Should I call the bank and ask for a release of lien
Can they change their mind on the 1099c
because the lien on the property still exists
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