When you co-sign you become liable to the lender just like your brother. Generally, unless your credit report will indicate some late payments, I do not think that your rental application will be jeopardized by you co-signing a loan. However, should you ever want to purchase a property, a lender will definitely take your other loan obligations into consideration. Good Luck.
I would start with contacting the condominium association. It is likely that they have the authority to issues a warning or tow the vehicle. If this cannot be resolved through the association, hire an attorney. Good Luck.
... I agree. Find an attorney that does foreclosure defense work. Try to do this asap, once a default judgment is entered against you, it becomes more difficult. I know there is a lot of information floating around on the internet, but you really can benefit from a professional opinion. Good Luck.
I agree, additionally keep in mind that you have no obligation to renew, just like the landlord has no obligation to keep the rent at a certain price or renew the lease. I encourage you to treat this practically, and consider all factors such as moving costs, etc. Good Luck.
Sorry to hear about your problem. Verbal agreement does not mean secure. Written agreement can mean secure if the lender takes certain steps. I know this can be a very confusing and frustrating time, and you’re certainly not the only one dealing with such issues. I strongly suggest you make an appointment with an attorney. Good Luck.
I would suggest to you that might want to examine the laws of the government where the properties are located. You still might have to deal with other issues in the US, such a tax liability or insurance, but from the limited information you posted, licensing should not be an issue. Good luck.
Sorry to hear about your problem, You got good answers. I would also look at your overall situation. You might have a few more options, but it is difficult to tell based on your fact pattern. I suggest you contact an attorney. Good Luck.