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Many sellers are having to write checks at closing to make up for taking out too many mortgages when the market was hot. If they want to sell it, they will have to sell for fare market value. Otherwise they could look into doing a shortsale. But none of that is your worry. Focus on what comparibles are selling for and go from there. Wish you the best!
The amount mortgaged doesn't mean it is what they paid. there could have been a big down payment, an owner carry of a second mortgage or a HUGE repair bill done. So in addition to amount owed not equalling value, it also doesn't equal amount paid. You also asked..can't they take less than what is owed on it, not without the bank approving a short sale or them coming to closing with cash for the difference.
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