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(English) Walking Away from Negative Equity

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  1. Thomas McGiveron
    Thomas McGiveron Dice:

    I have a client right now – they owe 245k – house needs work! in Ronkonkama – highest offer we have – is 255k which just nearly covers the mortgage and the owner has to come out of pocket for some closing costs. BUT, they still have to pay the mortgage for the next two months ($4000 or so) – they’re asking me what they should do. i’m telling them to talk with an attorney.

    current buyer at 255k does NOT want to buy the home if it is a short sale.

    i have discussed fully their options and discussed this “strategic default” – the owner is 85 and doesn’t care about his credit and lives with his kids. he’s been making payments, emptying his bank account every month to do so. i know what i would have done months ago – but i cannot advise them to not pay their mortgage or advise them to “do a short sale”.

    so…that’s my pickle – i know the financially smart thing to do. but i refuse to push them in that direction…

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