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After a foreclosure can a mortgage insurance company collect money from you for the difference between fair market value and the outstanding loan amount?
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The insurance company has made a stop payment on the check but could take days before I’m sent a new one. I believe my mortgage company should send me a check and have to wait for the insurance company to send them the claims check.
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If you’ve fallen behind on your mortgage payments and a foreclosure sale is looming in the very near future, you might still be able to save your home. You can potentially file bankruptcy, apply for a loan modification or other workout option, or file suit against the foreclosing party (the "lender") to possibly stop the foreclosure entirely, or at least delay the process.
The best way to stop a foreclosure in California, for example, is to prevent the filing of a Notice of Default. We mention this state because 35 million people live in California and California is the land of real estate religion. Lenders do not want to foreclose but will file a Notice of Default to protect their interests, if.
To try to put this in a nutshell..we are about to make our third trial payment for a HAMP modification. The mortgage company called tonight to tell us.
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