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The lender can seek a deficiency judgement
"Deficiency judgments are allowed in South Carolina. To obtain a deficiency judgment, the complaint should contain language that indicates the lender is reserving the right to a deficiency. If the lender waives the right to a deficiency judgment in the complaint, it cannot later get one (S.C. Code Ann. § 29-3-660 and S.C. Rules Civ. Proc. Rule 71(b))."
Does you judgment contain the language stated above? If not they cannot file anything against your TN home.
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"Can it be placed against my home if it is in TN"
The answer is only if the lender had reserved the right for the deficiency judgment. If the lender did not follow the procedures they could not come after you for the deficiency nor could they file a lien against your home in TN.
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