The neighbor did not complain; she will probably like the vines growing as she planted trees and bushes all along the fence so the nosy people in the upper floors cannot peer into her yard. The bylaws says the Board cannot dictate what I plant in...
I agree with Mr. Russell. They may also have Rules and Regulations that aren't recorded and might be enforcible. You'll need to review these documents and ascertain the answer for yourself. Best of luck.See question
A home was built by my parents in 2006. Contractors, materials were paid by my parents funds they have all the copies of the checks that paid for the construction of the home. I moved in shortly after and didn't need to pay rent thanks to them. W...
This is a Family Law question. I have re-classified it for you and perhaps you will get the right type of attorney to help you. Best of luck.See question
I am a disabled senior who owns a home in need of major repairs. The home has delinquent taxes owed from when my parents owned the home. I wanted to know what are my options so that I can make the home live able as I plan to keep my home?
Go to or call your local appraisal district (Bexar County Appraisal District) and talk to someone there.. It may be possible they they will waive your taxes. Be very careful of those companies that to "Tax Lien Lending" - some are very predatory. Best of luck.See question
Can I put my daughters name on the mortgage so that it's hers when I pass away
It might be best to draw up a simple will. A local attorney can help you with this. You don't want to put your daughter on the mortgage, because then it becomes her obligation and might inhibit her ability to get credit. The Garn-St. Germain Act provides that Heirs who inherit a house that has a mortgage on it are allowed to continue to pay that mortgage without taking on further obligation.See question
My elderly great-grandmother wants to sell my family her home. She is almost 90 and wants minimal legal involvement (ie...lawyers, agents, etc). She just wants to come up with a 20 year contract (her daughter (my grandmother) will take over when s...
A good local attorney can help you and it shouldn't cost too much. Just be sure that great-grandmother is competent to make this decision on her own behalf so that you won't be challenged by other family members who may feel that GGMother may not have made a sound decision.See question
THE ROBERTSON'S have changed the name to the ROBERTSON'S islands. But it use to be called Sinclair island bought in 1848 by my great grandmother Elisabeth Sinclair. The ROBERTSON'S changed it's name after the last Sinclair HEIR died in 1987. = Gra...
Chances are you won't be able to get it back depending on who is now claiming ownership. In Texas, the law of adverse possession allows one to claim ownership if that adverse possession remains in place for the last ten years. I am not sure what Hawaii claim period is, but your claim may be barred by the applicable Hawaiian statute of limitations. Best of luck!See question
My old broker owes me close to $3000. No, we do not have a written contract. I do have documentation detailing commissions earned and what I'm owed. I also have emails where in he stated he would pay me. Now he won't.
I agree with Mr. Lautin. However, I always send the demand letter by both certified and US First Class mail. Get proof of mailing. That way, the broker has no excuse of not being notified if he fails to pick up or accept the certified mail Best of luck.See question
I was buying a house and during the option period the seller's agent did something that caused me to terminate the contract. I want to know if the conduct should be reported to the State authorities. Home inspection report identified defects. ...
You may want to review the situtation with the agent's sponsoring broker.See question
I have a foreign buyer looking to buy my property site unseen. They say they’ve visited my area multiple times and want to do a contract quickly, WITHOUT seeing my house (except the video tour online). They want to sign my contract, use my closing...
Wires can be sent and REVERSED! The kicker is that they will suggest that they overwire the funds and ask for a refund from you. Then reverse it. However, most fraud occurs in the form of bogus cashier's checks. If it sounds good to be true, it usually is. Find a realtor - even though you may pay a fee, statistics show that it will be covered in the form of a higher sales price. Best of luck.See question
I am a co-owner of a a house along with my son. In the event I pass away, I would like to nominate my son for the whole owner of the property. What kind if will is required for that, what are the steps, where to file it and how long is this process.
If you have little or no assets other than the house to pass, then a Survivorship Deed might be for you. After the first co-owner dies, the survivor files the death certificate which automatically passes title to the survivor. The fee to prepare should be very reasonable.See question