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Escrow has taken longer due to some issues, so the 2nd is delinquent when sold will this go away?
Our escrow has a few issues which prolonged the house in escrow and closing which caused the 2nd loan to be delinquent. It will finally be closing within the next week. Will the delinquent go away?? Or how can I fix it there has never been a late payment prior to this one.

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Once you get everything squared away; you can contact your 2nd mortgage provider and explain what you are explaining here. Just ask as a good faith jesture if they would please be so kind as to remove the late as you never been late in the past. If you are a valued customer; they will have no problem in removing the negative item... Good luck my friend....

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