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Greenville, SC – Here are some things that shouldn’t surprise you if they happen in a short sale.
Unsavory Debt Collection strategies. If you’re dealing with a financial hardship, then paying credit cards and other unsecured debts is probably at the bottom of your priority list. An unsecured debt is a debt where they CAN’T confiscate your asset. A secured debt, however, offers something as collateral. This can be your house, your car, or anything that has value.
The most commons unsecured debt is a credit card. When you stop paying your credit card, the creditor will call you repeatedly. This is because they have no other way of collecting from you.
They can’t come get your car or take your house. So, they make up for that by blowing up your phone with harassing calls. In addition, they use deceptive tricks to get you to pay them.
For example, there are Federal Laws that regulate what they can do or say. They aren’t allowed to threaten to sue you, but then not follow thru and actually file suit.
To get around this rule, they will use language that sounds legal, but isn’t. I know of instances where debt collection companies intentionally name their company to sound like a law firm.
They’ll leave messages on people’s answering machines saying something like “This is John Doe and I’m calling from the office of Blah, Blah & Blah”. Next, then threaten the person with the potential for future legal action. Finally, they reference a case number.
If you didn’t know any better, you might think that case number was for an actual lawsuit against you.
Most credit card accounts never sue (despite the constant threats.) Even if they do sue you, the only thing they can get is a judgment against you.
Many judgments expire without ever being paid off. Some, however, will get paid off either when a person’s income increases, or the person sells their house.
It might seem like it’s taking forever to get approved. Some short sales only take a few months, while others can take up to a year or longer to close.
Just relax. It’s not the worse thing that can happen. Just stay the course and keep saving the money you would be using for rent. The short sale should eventually be approved and you can move on with your life.
Your lender may attempt to collect money from you when they aren’t legally entitled to do so. We have heard several stories of some lenders asking for a promissory note when state laws don’t allow the lender to pursue the homeowner after a short sale.
The stories were for short sales in Washington and California. Don’t sign a promissory note a lender sends you after a short sale when you are in a non-recourse state.
Talk to a lawyer to see if you are obligated to repay the debt. You could probably get out of having to repay it. If you have questions, please contact us directly to learn about our cost free short sale negotiations.