Hi, thanks for your question. You should hire a lawyer for specific legal advice. No attorney client relationship is created here.
Fannie Mae is the backer on the loan, guaranteeing the debt for the lender.
You just needed to list Bank of America.
Since you surrendered it, the chapter 7 took care of it and the mortgage will be discharged.
Do you have any questions?
do you have any questions?
thank you. If notice regarding bankruptcy was returned due to incorrect address, should I locate another address for HSBC to have it resent? It was sold to debt collector and showing on credit report that account with HSBC was closed.
you should send the notice to the collector
and you can look up HSBC mailing address on the credit report or old bill you have
or you can even google it
to clarify what I was told....because I filed for Chapter 7,the entire mortgage, 1st and 2nd is entirely discharge and there will be no deficiency judgments....is that correct?
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