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Non-recourse states cannot pursue you for their financial losses.

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

District of Columbia (Washington DC)

Georgia [THIS IS INCORRECT. GEORGIA IS A RECOURSE STATE]

Hawaii

Idaho

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana (if non-judicial foreclosure is used)

Nevada - (lender can get a deficiency judgment)

New Hampshire

Oregon

Tennessee

Texas (lender can get a deficiency judgment)

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

The following states allow non-judicial foreclosure:

Georgia [Georgia allows non-judicial foreclosures]

Michigan

Minnesota

North Carolina

Rhode Island

South Dakota

Utah

Wyoming

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