Greetings,Bought my condo in Los Angeles in 2007, and I don't have to tell you what happened next. Now I am more than $200,000 underwater. What the heck should I do? I can't foresee the condo ever returning to where it appraised when I purchased, and I do not want to live in a small condo for the rest of my life (I'm 43 now). I feel the sting most poignantly when entertaining out of town company in my cramped airspace.Advice please. I welcome any and all.Max
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