I own a condo in San Diego with a first mortgage with Countrywide at $430k and a 2nd mortgage that was with Countrywide that has been assigned to Real Time Resolutions for $50k. I purchased the property for $510k, put $50k down and the value now is anywhere from $380k to $400k (best case scenario.) With this case, the first mortgage holder Countrywide at $430k is upside down (at least 50k) leaving the 2nd mortagee (real time resolutions) with no equity. My question is this: Real Time Resolutions is pushing for payment or they are threating to foreclose. Is that really an option for them? What are some of my options? I have yet to speak with Real Time Resolutions so any insight you can provide with be helpful in my conversations with them. Thanks in advance!