When a mortgage company takes possession of a house, they generally sell it. If the house sells for less than the money that’s owed under the mortgage, the mortgage company may ask the borrower to pay the difference – the “shortfall”.
We hear from people who are unhappy that they’re being asked to pay more money after their home has been repossessed – or are unhappy at the way the mortgage company has been trying to recover the money.
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