Like the first mortgage, if the second is not paid, the creditor can foreclose. Talk to your mortgage company about options. Also, Chapter 13 bankruptcy may give you the ability to pay that balloon payment over 5 years instead of immediately. Depending on the value of your house and the payoff on the first, it may be possible to remove the second and treat it as unsecured. Talk to a local consumer law attorney immediately before it is too late.
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