second is secured .. but have sent me notice saying pay 54K instead of the 108
if i was today pay that 54K... the loan goes away .... and then sell my unit say in 3 weeks .... does the debt holder that i paid 54 to ... have any recourse to try and recapture more when my home sells
all my equity is in my home
currently unemployed etc
i mis typed .. about 100k in stock portfolis
being unemployed makes chapter 13 tough correct
yes a lot of other debt
i guess my goal is to maximize the amount i can receive from selling my home
i could use the stock account to pay off the junior loan ....the rest could be put back into my 401k plan i believe because I've withdrawn that much.. thanks for your help .. i probably should call the mortgage lenders and see if they'd rather work on the price than deal with the dc foreclosure system that could very well keep me in that place for anothrer 18 months
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