I asked for all galvanized pipes to be replaced under home (meaning all the pipes). They only replaced the ones in the crawl space of the home. After final inspection I mentioned that galvanized pipes still on the premises and asked in writing for...
Did your attorney provide in detail in the Contract all of the repairs that you insisted on as a condition of your closing on the real estate? If so, you should have a good case. If not, then why not?See question
Is a Deed the only way to sever a joint tenancy?
It's not the only way. It can also be done by Court Order, if you really want to spend money.See question
Do I need a real estate attorney to help me?
One would have to amicably agree buy the other one out and in doing so, the one purchasing would then individually refinance the existing mortgage, or if the two of you cannot come to terms, then you would both have to agree to sell the real estate and satisfy the existing mortgage.See question
My house is in Hialeah Fl and I am selling it by owner. Prospective buyers have approached me with a pre qualification for a 97% LTV mortgage FHA. I am quite concerned with contracting with these people due to what I've read about FHA a...
If you have no other prospective purchasers, give this purchaser a short window within which to close, and if they fail to meet that deadline, reserve the right to cancel the deal, give them their deposit back and move on.See question
We were never married, but bought a home together in 2007. I moved out in 2010 at his request. For the last four years he has been saying it would only be another a few more weeks until the re-fi would go through. He won't give me any information ...
From your query you are seemingly in title on the deed. Start an Action in Partition; that will wake him up when he realizes that you have the power to force the sale of the house. This will get you off the deed and the mortgage and likely put some money in your pocket as well.See question
My parents gifted cottage property to me, my sister and brother. After his death, his widow has asked that his share (now legally hers) be sold. My sister and I are adamant we do not want to sell but cannot afford to buy her out. No one else we kn...
Yes she can force a sale of the real estate through a proceeding referred to as an Action in Partition, which is a "forced sale". You could, however, takes steps to either come to an agreement buying out her share at an agreed upon price, or alternatively, if you are unable to come to terms, place your own bid at the forced sale, provided that the bid you enter makes financial (and/or sentimental) sense to do so.See question
That would all depend on how your attorney crafted the mortgage contingency clause contained in the contract, coupled with your conduct.See question
I just signed a contract to buy a house. Also, I have signed contract with a buyer's agent. For picking Attorney and Mortgage Company, I went with my Agent's recommendations, Although I didn't like the Mortgage company's dealings with me, I stil...
From what you stated it appears as if you have already made up your mind. Move on.See question
We received a letter stating our escrow is in the negative. Our escrow is included in the principle mortgage we pay monthly. Habitat then disburses the escrow to said places ( property and land taxes,etc). If they've been doing this,how is it nega...
It appears to be more of a math question, than a legal question. Most likely, they under-collected whatever they are entrusted to pay from escrow. eg. real estate taxes, hazard insurance. Ask the escrow department for an escrow reconciliation and that should tell you where the problem lies.See question
do I have any legal recourse if he tries to make me leave
If you are visualizing him making you leave before you buy the house together you should really reconsider whether this is a good idea from the outset.See question