Anti deficiency laws are laws in a state that prohibits lenders from suing borrowers for deficiencies. In Indiana there are conditions that allow for Judgements to be issued.
Does Florida have anti-deficiency laws?
according to this website, NC does have an anti-deficiency provision. http://www.helocbasics.com/list-of-non-recourse-mortgage-states-and-anti-deficiency-statutes/
According to the Anti Deficiency laws, anti deficiency laws applies to the refinanced first mortgage as long as the property is used as a primary residence of the purchaser.
Anti-deficiency laws generally apply to the primary residence.
As of August 2014, Texas does have an anti deficiency law. Other states with the same law are Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, and Illinois.
Lender must file for a deficiency action within six months of completion of foreclosure.
No, you can have a judgment against you for a default.
FL. Is Florida!
Edison State College has campuses in Punta Gorda, Fl, Naples, Fl, Fort Myers, Fl, and La Belle, Fl.
Yes, it is.
* FL * Fla. or * US-FL
fl. stands for fluid, as in fluid ounces. FL stands for the state of Florida.
There is no state south of FL.
State Highway 93, Naples, FL 34105
FL, Fla. or US-FL
Florida is known as the Sunshine State.
No... Illinois is a recourse state.... They can come after you for a deficiency judgment.