JinAh Lee


JinAh Lee joined Nolo as a legal editor in 2010. She edits a number of Nolo's books, as well as writes and edits articles for the Nolo websites. Before arriving at Nolo, JinAh was a staff attorney with the California Association of Realtors and an associate in the corporate and real estate departments of two Los Angeles law firms. JinAh received her J.D., with a concentration in corporate law, from the UCLA School of Law.

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Articles By JinAh Lee

Overview of the Commercial Foreclosure Process
Find out what you can expect to face in a commercial foreclosure.
Will Your Short Sale Have Tax Consequences?
Find out whether you might owe federal income taxes after successfully completing a short sale.
Enforcement of Non-Mortgage Liens
Read a detailed description of non-mortgage liens and find out how such liens are enforced.
Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure vs. Short Sale
Trying to decide whether to pursue a deed in lieu of foreclosure or a short sale? Read this article.
Foreclosure of Mobile Homes and Manufactured Homes
The process a lender uses when a borrower defaults on a manufactured home loan depends on whether the home is considered personal or real property.
Dealing with Foreclosure During Divorce
Who is responsible for the mortgage? Who, if anyone, will keep the home?
What Happens if You Default on a Second Mortgage?
Depending on the value of your home, defaulting on a second mortgage might not necessarily mean you'll lose your home to foreclosure.
Subordination, Non-Disturbance, and Attornment (SNDA) Agreements
Whether you're the landlord or tenant of a commercial property, you'll want to know what a subordination, non-disturbance, and attornment agreement is and how it will affect you in the event of a foreclosure.
How Are Deficiency Judgments Collected?
Your lender sues you for a deficiency and wins, but you can't afford to pay. Now what?
Truth in Lending Act (TILA) Violations and Foreclosure
Did your mortgage lender violate TILA? You might be able to sue for money damages or even void your loan.