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I will answer the 1st part of the question "What is a deficiency judgment tied to property".A deficiency balance is whatever is left of a loan when the security has been sold--such as a repoed car is sold for less than the loan amount plus repo costs, storage, title & taxes, the balance remaining on the loan after applying what the car sold for is a deficit balance.A judgment was filed by the lending company to recover whatever money is still due them anda judgment automatically ties to real estate property if the borrower owns a home.

2011-09-13 13:16:00
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