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I have a lost my home to foreclosure now the bank is suing me for the second loan

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  • I have a lost my home to foreclosure now the bank is suing me for the second loan

    I just received a paper that I have 30 days to answer about a property I lost long time ago. Do I have to pay?

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    At this point in time you need to contact a lawyer immediately because if you passed the date, they will get a default judgment against you.
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    • #3
      what is a default judgment? can they get this on immigration too

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      • #4
        if you are on H1B can you still get a settlement?

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          1. Contact state and local boards of Realtors for lists of mortgage brokers in your area. Ask your own real estate agent or friends for references.

          2. Call recommended brokers and ask how many different lending institutions they work with.

          3. Ask prospective brokers how they are compensated. Brokers work for either a flat fee or a percentage of the mortgage amount

          4. Ask what types of institutions, or individuals, the broker works with. This can be particularly helpful if you are having trouble getting a loan through conventional local lenders..

          5. Ask about different loan programs that might be available. A good mortgage broker keeps a steady eye on the markets and can provide you with help getting a special deal, such as public money that is available for first-time buyers
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          • #6
            Originally posted by rajretro View Post
            I just received a paper that I have 30 days to answer about a property I lost long time ago. Do I have to pay?
            please tell how many years you have been in foreclosure?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Risky View Post
              what is a default judgment? can they get this on immigration too
              Default judgment is a binding ruling in favor of either party according to some failure to take actions by the other party. Most commonly, it's a ruling in favor of a plaintiff once the defendant hasn't responded to a summons or has failed to appear before a tribunal. The failure to do something is the default. The default judgment is the relief requested within the party's first request.
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              • #8
                You must consult with your solicitor hope it will help you. Because he know better that how to deal with your case according to your state laws.
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