My father is in a nursing home and I was going through documents I found the forged deed at his house. The property in question is located in a very desired part of Cleveland. Is there any way I can contest the validity of the deed? Or is it past the statue of limitation? He is currently senile,... Read more »
I am the seller. in the buyer's purchase agreement it indicates seller pay up to 3% of buyer's closing cost including prepaid. Is that 3% of purchase price? my agent told me at time of signing its 3% of closing cost.
now its closing soon the title company calculates 3% of purchase price.... Read more »
If your name is on the deed, only you can convey your interest in the real estate, unless he were able to get a court order to do so, and only if the order is pursuant to a lawsuit wherein he shows some form of entitlement to do so.
In our offer that it must pass home inspection. Inspection was scheduled before the required date, but due to inspectors schedule, was completed after the required date, the seller agreed to this date. Since mold is present and the home must have a new roof, we do not wish to continue with the... Read more »
Responding from a New York perspective, if you and your husband held title as tenants by the entirety, you would not need to do anything except produce a death certificate if and when you sell the real estate.
Hello, I’m closing on my home Thursday, Jan 30th. During the final walkthrough yesterday we noticed the water was turned off within the home so I was unable to check faucets, etc. The seller suggests that he doesn’t need to turn on the water so I’m verifying if that’s accurate.
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