But a second mortgage of $80k, $100k, even $250k or more is a totally different story, and such high balances obviously make bankruptcy a compelling option for consumers. The critical factor is that second liens can be stripped in Chapter 13 bankruptcy (i.e., converted to unsecured debts and included in the bankruptcy plan).
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A lender can choose to foreclose when a borrower becomes delinquent on its mortgage, whether the mortgage is a first or a second mortgage. If you default on your first mortgage, that lender will very likely begin foreclosure proceedings. If, on the other hand, you default on a second mortgage,
The data contradict the hypothesis that consumers would strategically default on a second lien and keep their first lien current to reduce their monthly payment and thus avoid a foreclosure, the.
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Strategic defaults are when borrowers who owe more on their homes than they’re currently worth choose to stop paying their mortgage but continue to meet other financial obligations, according to a.
Even if you’re upside-down and your lender opts against foreclosure, a default on a second mortgage has consequences. Your lender may sue you. If he wins, the court can order you to pay back the money you owe. If you can’t, the court may allow your lender to take possession of your savings account or your future tax refunds.
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second liens (CES) were worse on all these dimensions. default rates of second liens are generally similar to that of the first lien on the same home, although HELOCs perform better than CES. About 20 to 30 percent of borrowers will continue to pay their second lien for more than a year while remaining seriously delinquent on their first mortgage.