All payments made out of my bank and upgrades can be proved paid by me.
If the house is under water that denotes that there is no equity in the house and only a deficit so whatever interest she may be claiming is a negative interest so theoretically unless the market recovers then she would have an interest in nothing NG at the moment.See question
My soon to be ex husband and I bought a home almost 2 years ago. I was a stay at home mom and he earns $165,000 annually. My name was not on the loan or deed. I signed a quit claim deed at closing (not knowing what it was). The house will have alm...
Since you didn't know what it was, why on Earth did you sign it? What did you think it was?See question
We loaned our son money to buy a house, but he doesn't want the mortgage recorded because then people in our small community will know he borrowed the money from his parents rather than paying for the house himself. He is beginning a job at our l...
You would lose your lien priority if the Mortgage is not recorded. So if he ends up with a judgment, other form of lien, or takes out another Mortgage, unbeknownst to you, you would lose the equity in his home as collateral. And who is he trying to impress?See question
I bought this house on my own credit etc. the other person on the deed does not make house payments. This person is no longer in my will.
Sure you can. You are perfectly well within your right to sell your undivided fractional share in the real estate. Who would ever but it is another issue.See question
I inherited property with my brother. The title on the deed reads my name "AND" my brother's name. For example: "Jane Smith AND Joe Smith". Does this mean that we hold the property as joint tenants or tenants in common?
From the scant facts, most likely tenants in common.See question
What can I do about this?
In NYC at least an owner is required to retain their own water.See question
If my Dad has keys to my house, can he let himself in any time he wants?
More importantly, from your question, it appears that your first order of business should be to change your locks.See question
I listed her on the deed to my home. since then she has moved in my home with her four kids and her mother and I cant get her out. she don't work nor does her mother neither of them pay bills and they wont leave
And how did your gratuitously adding her name to your deed substantitively add to her stability? It would appear that moving six people into your house and adding her name to your deed as a co-owner only added to your instability.See question
In the event I die, how can I make sure my husband can stay in the home and take over the mortgage.?
Convey the real estate to yourself and your husband as tenants by the entirety. If you die first, it's his alone, subject to the mortgage obligation.See question
I'm buying a house, closing was suppose to be this Friday. Closing never took place because of a "clouded" title. The SELLER has a bankruptcy (chapter 13) in place that hinders the sale. The seller now states she was told she cannot sell her prope...
It appears from the facts that you presented that you should have HAD an attorney representing you right from the outset. And from the limited facts, your seller most likely cannot sell at least not without the intercession and authorization of the bankruptcy court/trustee.See question