(CNN) – Marco Rubio's Senate campaign says he is no longer facing foreclosure on a home he co-owns in Tallahassee for which he has not made a mortgage payment on in six months.
"This is a jointly owned property in Tallahassee that has been in the process of being sold," the Republican's spokesman Alex Burgos said in a statement to CNN. "A clarification was needed on the amount owed, which has been resolved. This loan is current and the action is being withdrawn."
Citing Leon County court records, the Associated Press reported Friday that the home - which Rubio owns with state Rep. David Rivera - is undergoing the foreclosure process because the two have not made loan payments since January.
"This was simply a notice of additional action if not resolved, but it has since been resolved," said Burgos.
The AP also reported Rubio and Rivera paid $135,000 in 2005 for the house.