i have a home with no mortgage in florida, i want to give my home to my son and his wife who just married. I want to give it to them and put them on the deed but i want the right to live in the home with my wife until I die, and then upon my deat...
If you convey a remainder interest to them and you retain a life estate, you have the exclusive right to live in the house until you pass away.See question
Buying house w/ wife soon. If in future, we don't get along, wht I do now ahead of time to protect myself? I want to make sure that, 1) What I spend to buy, I get back 2) I'll b paying house taxes, insurance, utilities,etc, so I should b given bac...
Considering your myriad trepidations and concerns, the best way to protect yourself is to not buy a house at this time.See question
I want to sell but it's not selling. The mortgage us behind. The other tenant is not helping with the mortgage not repairs that are needed to sell. I just want it off my hands.
Answering this question from a New York perspective, the answer is yes.See question
My daughter who lives is Salem is going through a divorce and has decided to give the house to her soon to be ex-husband. Since Oregon is a community property state can she just leave him the house and how can she have her name removed from the m...
She could ask that as part of the matrimonial settlement, her soon to be ex-husband refinance the mortgage in his name only with title to the house being conveyed to him simultaneously with the refinance transaction closing.See question
Quit claim deed has been filed at the county clerks office over 1 year ago. Person that signed over the deed to me is threathing to have the deed vacated. In the settlement agreements the attorney says there is a release provisos. But there is ...
Not likely, unless there was some semblance of fraud, deceit, duress and/or lack of capacity on the part of the Grantor.See question
AND DOES SHE HAVE ANY RIGHT OVER THE HOUSE
If this were real estate located in NY? Not much.See question
If someone is current on their mortgage but behind on their HOA dues. Can the HOA foreclose on your house? They are threatening to do so.
If you haven't paid your association charges and you have no defense to not paying, and the Declaration so allows the Association to foreclose, then why not?See question
We bought a house a couple of years ago for $75,000. We are now trying to sell it. MANY people have looked at the house, but there has been very few prospective buyers. We just now looked at the county appraisal district's website and our house is...
More importantly, what prompted you to pay 75,000 for this property a few years ago?See question
We are buying a house which was listed as 3.5 bathrooms. Recently i went to the town and discovered that on the paper house is only 2 bathrooms. Seller just applied for for the permit of half bathroom (not full bathroom) CO was done on Friday and ...
You should retain a Professional Engineer of your own choosing to investigate this issue with the local Department of Buildings in the Municipality where the real estate is located.See question
Purchasing a house that's currently occupied, closing next week.
The contract should be able to readily provide you with that answer.See question