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Legal question: i have a rental that WAS my primary residence

I lived in it for almost three years and now rent it out. This is in California. My question is this, is there recourse on the rental (that was my primary for 3 yrs) if I were to foreclose on it? Or do the no-recourse laws apply?
  • January 21 2010 - Sylvan Bay Summer Home Area
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Not a lawyer, and you should check, but if you bought the house was a primary residence and you lived there, it is the orginial loan (not refinanced) you should have no recourse.. good luck

  • January 21 2010
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