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  1. the only thing I have is my business building according to the tax dept it is worth 89,000 that's what I owe ....I conduct business there .My income works out to about 800 per month , my taxes reflect that for the last 4 years . I filed chapter 7 in Dec and was notified the unsecured debts were cleared as of March. My only assets are my car and business building, car I own value about 10,000 building worth from 80,000. to maybe 110,000. Wells Fargo sent me reaffirm agreement last week .I have never missed a payment. Today a realtor walks in the door with an order from the court saying the trustee owns my building and is listing it for 189,000. it is not worth that . What do I do ..my building has my business in it .I liated my building under the homestead in the BK, I used federal exemptions in the BK what have I done wrong ? help... going out of my mind ...S
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