A NYC property of former NBA star Stephon Marbury is being threatened with foreclosure due to an unsettled debt from 2010, a report published on Wednesday, September 18.
The two-bedroom and two-bath condominium of Stephon Marbury might be repossessed by the U.S. Bank International due to an accumulated debt of $844,035. Marbury has not made any payments on the property since March 2010, according to the legal documents filed against him. Stephon was requested by the bank to either settle the payment or surrender the condo that he bought in 2006 for more than $1 million to auction.
The former Knicks star had a property foreclosed in Los Angeles last year.
Attorney Ryan J. Really, Attorney at Law, PLLC, knows that many homes in Florida are threatened by foreclosure every year. If you are facing the loss of your home, call (239) 237-0675 to find out how we may be able to help you defend your home.