If your personal liability for the mortgage was discharged, the only recourse the mortgage company has is to foreclose on the home and they cannot collect money from you for the mortgage or the costs associated with the foreclosure.
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The question is only relevant if you intend to file a Chapter 13 to save the house.
Since you filed a Chapter 7 (and presumably did not reaffirm the mortgage) the mortgagee can't recover any funds from you from the foreclosure.
The costs would also matter if you intend to redeem the house. In any event, you can look at the court records which will itemize the judgement to find out the fees and costs that are being charged.
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