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Subject: Re: foreclosure questions Date: 12/12/2010 2:51 PM
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thanks vkg,
I am keeping the property but am stopping payment on the 2nd loan because the loan is interest only and I will not have the money to pay the full amount of the loan in 10yrs (when the loan is called) nor will they allow the loan to go into a fixed rate.

I plan on keeping the property and continue paying the fist loan ie the 80% of the loan (it is a 30yr fixed). I spoke with the majority loan company and they said that it is rare that the holder of the 20% will be able to forclose on me.


What is a 1099-c and how woill that effect me?

Thanks again
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