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Some portions of your inquiry are confusing, as in "I insisted that we were going to continue to send money to the mortgage company if we don’t understand what the fees are for". It is unclear why you would continue to send money without understanding the reason for fees, especially since you purportedly sent "the complete payoff" already. What is an ...


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Usually, subordinate lienholders have a right to redeem property for the amount owed on all prior liens for a short specified time period following a foreclosure sale (typically a week or two each). In your example, the holder of the $100K lien could, following the foreclosure sale, pay the first lienholder $400K and become owner of the property, wiping out ...


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A deficiency judgment in Illinois is valid for seven years after it is entered. A bank has the right to execute a document that treats the judgment as satisfied earlier than that date without receiving full payment, but it is unlikely to do so without partial payment or some other evidence that it would be futile to try to collect the debt (e.g. evidence ...


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Better than hiring an attorney who, as you now realize, will charge you by the hour and guarantee nothing. I recommend you approach a title and closing company with the same question. Even better, have a real estate agent do it. Or have a purchase and sale contract in hand signed by a buyer. The title company will do the research because they are on the hook ...


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