Refinance a non-recourse loan in california?

Question by furball: Refinance a non-recourse loan in california?
Is it true that in california, if I refinance a non-recourse loan (origional first and second mortgages I obtained to purchase a house I currently live in), the loan stays as a non-recourse loan, if I only refinance the balance of the loan, without taking cash out, or adding more things (like car payments) on the loan? Refinanced loan will combine the first and second mortgage into one. What about the closing cost, title insurance, escrow, etc, that will be added on the refinanced loan, does that effect the loan to change from a non-recourse loan to a recourse loan, since more things are added to the orignal loan balance from the first and second mortgage? Will refinance paper work state that it’s a non-recourse, or a recourse loan? If it doesn’t spell out on the paperwork, how can I be sure that it stays as a non-recourse loan?
Advanced thank you for any answer provided! 🙂

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Answer by reena r
I think no

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