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My father-in-law was removed from his home by the city of San Diego. The home has been locked and condemned by the City. He has a conventional mortgage, and some kind of second loan. The second loan was to pay off a lien for unpaid federal taxes. The home cannot be repaired. Does he notify the lender about the home and allow forclosure to begin? What happens when the home is condemned? We are assuming the cost of removal will also be assessed against him. He is in his late 80's with a small pension and social security, and we are scrambling to find him senior housing in the mean time. He is not very cooperative, so it is hard to know what, if any help we can get for him, but we would like some idea of what the larger issues are, and try to address them.