Thank you. According to TN 26-2-301, [a]n individual, whether a head of family or not, shall be entitled to a homestead
exemption upon real property
which is owned by the individual and used by the individual or the individual's spouse or dependent, as a principal place of residence.
This means that because you do not live in FL, that property may be liable in judgment if they get a judgment against you. However, your TN residence falls under homestead protection:
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