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Good evening. You would have no right to voluntarily transfer your lien to another property. But, if the person is in default on your loan or the property that is liened gets foreclosed and you don't get paid in full from the foreclosure sale, you can file suit against the debtor for the deficiency. Once you get a judgment awarded in your favor for the deficiency, you can then place a judgment lien on the property in the other county; provided, if this other property is the person's homestead
, it may have protection under the state's homestead exemption, depending upon the state in which the property is located. If located in SC, the exemption $53,375 (double if married).
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