This statement is on my warranty deed, can you please explain to me what it means..... SUBJECT, HOWEVER, to the following: (1) Any and all reservations of oil, gas and minerals, exceptions, covenants, conditions and restrictions contai...
Actually language is for the Seller's benefit. You may want to hire an attorney to prepare a proper deed to protect your interests.See question
1. The owner (a single person) died several years ago. (but left a will) 2. The executor of the will has not and in all probabilities will not be probating the will due to lack of funds. 3. All 5 heirs are still living.
You could probably convey using an Affidavit of Heirship. Check with the title company and see if they will accept this in lieu of probate. Best of luck.See question
We own our own home and we are requiring 20% down so therefore we have to be the first mortgagee. What is the site that you need to get on? This is in the state of Texas.
Yes. With the buyer's/tenant's permission. TransUnion offers a service at www.mysmartmove.com. Best of luck.See question
My Condo is protected by a Group Master Policy / Condominiums Association . I was told that I have to have a personal property insurance also. Do I have to have one? I cant afford one right now. Thanks
Personal property and interior policies don't cost much. If your condo is destroyed by fire, you probably won't get anything installed beyond the studs, so you really need this policy. Shop around.See question
Association will not provide account ledger on account.
They are not required to give you an account ledger and if they do so, may be in violation of the members' privacy rights. If you want the information, become a member of the board and participate in the management.See question
When I was a child my grandparents bought 160 acres and verbally gave me the houselot. When they purchased it, they put my dad and aunts name on the deed. In 2010 after I got out of the Navy, I decided it was time to build a house. However, my gra...
If you contributed "sweat equity" into the property, or had detrimental reliance on your ownership, you may have some type of interest. You need to go over the specific facts with an attorney to see if you have a case. Best of luck.See question
FOR SALE: 3-2-2, Brick home. $99,500. Owner financed. $20,000-30,000 down. Call: This was the ad. The gal that is buying our home does not call us first. She sees it on craigslist. Goes into our neighborhood and figures out from the picture on ...
You already signed the contract and if you don't perform, you could be deemed in default. Immediately find a local attorney or, at the very least, a broker (I have worked with a good broker in Red Oak named Debbye (Deborah) Wallace - maybe she won't charge too much to act as a consultant). You can, at the very least, require an application to be completed by the buyer with social security, driver's license, and banking information, so you can pursue payment if she defaults. Best of luck.See question
Since & prior to HOA's recent attempt to foreclose on my home, they've increased their practice of denying me services that I "pay for" and am entitled to. One of such service is the use of our security officer, which I've been denied for quite so...
First, contact the management company and tell them in writing what has been done to you and copy the board of directors. Management company is responsible for the security officer. Then, if nothing is done, complain to the board of directors. File a complaint against management company and board of directors if you still suffer as a result of punitive actions.See question
The existing parking garage is 20 years old and includes more than 200 parking spaces that are non-compliant based on length, width, and located too close to support columns. The garage includes driving aisles that are 4' too narrow and two-way tu...
I would make an appointment with a city planner to make sure that your facts are correct. If this development adversely impacts you, contact a real estate litigator and file a lawsuit. Best of luck.See question
I was recently elected as the head of a small HOA in East Texas (only 5 homes). We've been an unincorporated HOA since formation in 1985. Is there any compelling reason to incorporate? Does the immunity from liability provided to officers and dir...
Anyone could be sued. Incorporating won't shelter any of you from a suit if one is filed and you are also named individually. There is no blanket assurance by law that removes liability. What I would do is purchase a small directors and officers insurance policy.See question