Time for delinquent condo owner to ‘man up’

Q: I own a condo that was bought during the fever of the hot real estate market in mid-2000s. For various reasons, I immediately found out there was no chance I was going to be able to pay the mortgage and pay monthly assessments. So I stopped paying the mortgage and assessments altogether. Remarkably, I’ve been able to avoid foreclosure for all these years, but the HOA has placed a lien on the property.    Read the Q&A…………..


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