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If the creditors sue you and obtain a judgment against you, they can then file a write of execution and lien your property....including real estate.
Also, if you make the transfer of property after being sued --- or in anticipation of being sued --- the creditors can reverse the transactions under the fraudulent transfer act and attach the property/liquidate it to pay the judgment.
If the debt/creditor collections becomes unbearable, then you could file chapter 13 bankruptcy and keep your secured debts and most property and get rid of unsecured debt.