If you have a second mortgage on your San Diego home, especially a HELOC, it becomes even more vital to your future to avoid a foreclosure.
Under laws enacted in California in 2011, the bank cannot come after you for a deficiency on the first mortgage. The second mortgage is a different matter. They can’t come after you if you short sell, but they CAN come after you following a foreclosure. This is one of the primary benefits of a short sale vs a foreclosure.
Negotiating a short sale on a San Diego HELOC can be a little tricky, but we can and do accomplish this all of the time.
If you are a San Diego homeowner in distress and you have a home equity line of credit (HELOC), call 619-929-1413 or write firstname.lastname@example.org to contact us today. We have extensive experience in dealing with every kind of San Diego short sale, and we can bring about a successful resolution to your situation.
We’ll be happy to explain the process and answer your questions – so don’t delay. A foreclosure simply costs too much.
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