I have lived on the property for 4 and a half years. Once i had paid her the asking price in full (approximately 2 yrs ago) thats when she informed me of her desire to "keep that land in my family and give it to my grandson upon my death". But i paid her in full. Ive known her my entire life and... Read more »
My older brother has named our younger sister and me as co-executors; my sister and I do not speak and do not get along. I want to avoid the aggravation involved in this. I have asked him repeatedly to name either her or me (I don’t care which one), but I know he will never do this. Is there... Read more »
I'm in the process of buying a piece of land and when looking over the aerial map and going out to the location it looks as though the existing neighbors has put a shed on the line if not over the property line. As a new owner can I say something about it?
I know that the the company has a standard contract that they will not change. I also know that the builder has a very good consumer affairs rating. The state where I currently live requires an attorney for real estate deals, but Nevada does not. I do not know if it will change anything to have an... Read more »
If you feel confident in putting your entire trust and faith in the person on the other side of the deal, that then becomes a personal decision on your part. Also, is the builder being represented by an attorney?
Responding from a New York perspective, if all four parties cannot agree, if your father passed and had a will, the world should be probated and the executor would then have the power to sell. If he did not have a well, and administrator could be appointed, preferably one of the four children, and...Read more »
If you did not yet sign a contract, and the purchaser did not yet sign as well, you should be able to back out. You may, however, owe the broker a commission, depending upon the language in the agreement you have with the broker.
AZ home sale: Defect items in the parapet stucco contractually agreed to be repaired were not properly repaired before the sale. Now, the improper repair is being discovered. Does the new homeowner have any recourse?
This home is in Tennessee. Sellers have turned off power 5 days before closing. Our contract states that home is to be in same condition as the date of the bonding sales contract for the walk through. I assumed that meant utilities.
He was awarded a life estate in the divorce, but a few years later he signed this to remove his name from the deed. But the life estate was not mentioned in this deed. Did he lose his interest in the property?
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