I ain’t signing no frickin’ promissory note on my Short Sale!!!


I’ve got news for ya. You already did. When you purchased the property. You signed two documents. The mortgage. That created the lien and gave the lender the right to foreclose on your property (their collateral). And, you signed a promissory note. That was/is your personal promise to pay back the money you borrowed.

The Short Sale releases the lien (mortgage). It may or may not release you from the note. If the Lender is offering to swap out your $200,000 note, that you already signed, for a $10,000 at ZERO interest over 10 years then……why not sign and be done with it?

Think about it before you answer. Consult with an attorney. Then make the decision that works for you. Just don’t say “I ain’t signing no frickin’ note!!!” without thinking it through. Make sense?

Do NOT be foreclosed on! Avoid foreclosure. Short Sales DO close.

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