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I would say so here.See if they would agree to a deed in lieu.That give the title here but they do not seek a deficiency.This is a better option than straight foreclosure.But as you state here the numbers do not work, you either deed in lieu or let it go into foreclosure here.Stay until they kick you out here , you might get up to a year before they get done and evict you.Save your money it will give you a good amount of funds to relocate.Thats the bot***** *****ne here the lender is being ridiculous so see if they will take deed in lieu and move forward.
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You would need a deed in lieu from both lenders here to make this work.And honestly that may be hard to get them to agree but otherwise you just let it go.Tellt hem you are considering Chapter 7 see if they agree then.It is worth a try.Otherwise the numbers her don't work it really is underwater from what you present and you may just have to walk away here.I know it s hard but options are real limited.In the long run you are better to give it up by deed in lieu or walk away here.
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