If you have purchased the home, then yes, you can sell it. But, your question seems to indicate that your seller has never delivered title to you. In order to sell you'll need to deliver title to the buyer. Hopefully, your seller will cooperate.
No - It is not likely that you pledged real estate as collateral to obtain a credit card. However, if you have debt issues, I recommend that you contact a Bankruptcy attorney, you may be surprised how much BK can do for you.
Married couple rented my home in 2014, they have recently separated and he moved out. She wants to remain but is requesting a new lease with him left off. They renewed their lease in 2017 but are currently living month to month after that lease expired in 2018. I want to ensure he can't come after... Read more »
it was purchased for $33,000 and is selling for $420,000. In February of this year, she purchased a condo with my husband and I for $410,000. Her name is on the loan but it wasn't on the title. So we did a Quit Claim Deed to put her name on the title. She will be living in the condo by herself... Read more »
There USED to be a rule allowing taxpayers to defer capital gain on the sale of a house by purchasing a more expensive house within two years. That rule was repealed in 1997. So the purchase of the condo makes no difference.
The new rule allows single taxpayers to permanently avoid paying...Read more »
I took a HELOC loan on my other property to pay this property off per our agreement after I paid the property off my parents are now getting a divorce and my mother agrees to the the agreement we had and is willing to sign over the property of to me but my father is not. We had an oral agreement... Read more »
You may have some rights and remedies. I recommend that you contact an attorney to discuss the exact facts, agreements, evidence, willingness of Mom to cooperate, etc. Then you'll be able to make a decision about how to move forward in demanding your property.
Contract for vacant building lot specified a Land Plat Survey and seller provided a Improvement Location Certificate. The ILC specifically says it is only for Title co. and is not to be relied on for establishment of fence, building or other future improvement lines. Spoke with Surveyor who... Read more »
She is stating the the floors are not level. At first their claim was we finished the basement with non floating walls, but when they found out that the basement was already finished, they are now stating well it must be something we did upstairs.
You should consult an attorney to assist you in defending yourself against these claims. There are likely other facts that need to be discussed but it is possible that you could make a claim against the Plaintiff for attorney fees to defend yourself against this lawsuit.
I live in Colorado and when my wife and I did the final walkthrough of our new home, they showed us the property lines and the builder also already installed the front yard landscaping to make it easier to see which was roughly 9+ ft off of the right side of the house. However, yesterday when I... Read more »
Withholding rent is always a risky maneuver. May you have a right to claim a Warranty of Habitability issue or a constructive eviction as a result of the flooding? Yes - you may but I recommend that you consult with an attorney about the facts and your possible courses of action before you...Read more »
Can a creditor foreclose on your home to satisfy a Lien? Yes. But, you will have an opportunity to prevent the foreclosure and it is seldom financially feasible to foreclose to collect on a debt that small.
Our original move in date was July 15, then August 15, August 25, now October 1st. He didn’t even start the foundation clearing until August 25th, it’s not been touched since then. The house is complete (modular) and off site, waiting on the site to be complete.
Dear Delayed Home Builder: Your question speaks of the phenomenon happening in CO (and other states) whereby the construction industry is "spread thin". I don't mention this to rebuke or to offer excuses for the Contractor, but delayed projects are a sig of the times. You have a contract with a...Read more »
As a seller with cold feet can I use this to somehow to get out of the home purchase contract unscathed? Here is the relevant text:"New Loan Review. If Buyer is to pay all or part of the Purchase Price with a New Loan, this Contract is conditional upon Buyer determining, in Buyer’s sole... Read more »
My brother and I have been joint tenants on the title to my mom's home for years. She died and we sold the house. Are we obligated to provide the requested accounting to the rest of our siblings who are wanting more money. My mom's will asked that the home be sold and the money split between us... Read more »
Are you the Personal Representative for Mom's Estate? Is the home that was sold an asset of the estate? If the answer to those questions is Yes and Yes, then you have an obligation to provide an accounting.
It sounds like this could be messy and I recommend that you contact an attorney to...Read more »
Once the contract is signed the contract is binding, i.e. there is no 3 day right of rescission.
However, the Colo Real Estate Commission's form contract is very buyer friendly and provides several opportunities for the Buyer to terminate the contact, at Buyer's sole subjective discretion,...Read more »
The owner of the land owes me large sum of money and he is willing to sign voluntary lien to satisfy his debt to me. Can an attorney be retained to help me with this situation? The land is paid in full has no mortgage.
I own a home and am currently making all my payments on time. My goal has been to remodel it and sell it. I have since found I do not have the time to do so. I found a real estate investment group whom are interested in doing a "subject to" agreement to take over payments, fix it up, and then... Read more »
You should contact and attorney to review the proposed contract with you before you sign it.
Generally, a Subject Too deal means that you sell the property (they own it) but they don't replace your mortgage so the mortgage stays in your name. The Seller essentially carries all of the risk...Read more »
My home inspector came back with a list of problems. I asked the buyer to remedy the problems or reduce the price, so I could take care of them. The owner claimed the home inspector was wrong and refused to correct the problems. I told him that I... Read more »
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