I’m currently in the process of buying a house. We’ve gone through all inspections as well as the appraisal, and the seller has signed their end of the contract agreeing to the sell price. Yesterday their realtor called and said they are no longer comfortable selling the house for the agreed... Read more »
Probably not, but you may want to take the contract to an attorney for review to be sure. Don't sign any more extensions, and you will want to go ahead and have your financing ready, and you may want to appear at closing as well.
He hasn’t transferred title to us either. I pay all bills since I live here and don’t want to sell. If house was in our names, taxes would be less since I am disabled so my half would be lower. But I can’t pay $12,000 property tax bill alone. What do I do?
You could sue to partition the property, but that would just get the house sold, and the proceeds divided. Otherwise, you're looking at suing your brother periodically for his share of the expenses that you paid.
On Feb 27, we went to see some home and we stop on Perry Homes. The seller told us the prices where going to change soon. She ask us if we had an agent and since we didn't she told her friend who is an agent an was there. He said we could sell our home and get more 100k and we where pressure... Read more »
You have essentially been paying rent all of those years. Yes, chances are you are going to have to move out. You should schedule a consultation with an unlawful detainer attorney to see if there are any eviction moratoriums in place that might help you get more time.
The bank granted me a forbearance that ended 10/30/20, stated while under FB no action for foreclosure would be taken. The bank filed with the county clerks office for foreclosure 10/28/20, with a sale date of 1/6/21. I had to file for bankruptcy to prevent losing my home. Before the sale date I... Read more »
my question is I am on ss disability I have Medicaid and medicare. I was told that the state will take and sell my home if I go into a nursing home if this is true can I put my deed in my name and 2 of my children's names to keep the state of texas from selling my home? or just put the deed... Read more »
The first is to make sure you obtain title to the house, and without reviewing your documents it's impossible to know what, if anything, needs to be done for that. (Then, if you want to transfer the property to your children, that's a separate process,...Read more »
If your husband died without a will and you lived in the same house then you may be able to legally inherit the home or at least a life estate in the home. This is true because of the laws of intestacy. Paying the mortgage on the house is a matter that would depend on how much you wanted to...Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. I would suggest that you schedule a consult with an attorney in your area as soon as possible so he or she can sit down with you, learn more about what's going on, and thoroughly review the lease with you....Read more »
I live in a neighborhood with deed restrictions. As part of the deed we have an architectural control committee (ACC) with 3 members appointed by the developer. a few years back the developer seized to exist and relinquished all legal rights in the deed. Our problems is we are now not sure who gets... Read more »
Once the developer no longer owns a certain number of lots - whether by sale or by dissolution - the governance of the HOA is taken over by the current owners, who will need to elect a new board and appoint members to the ACC. Check the deed restrictions and Bylaws for when this happens and how to...Read more »
We were in a verbal agreement and I changed what he wanted changed on contract and he cashes the down payment check, but now he says he has a better offer and he dont want to sell to me he wants to accept the other offer. Can he do that
If you have "no time for small claims" you definitely don't have time - or money - for any other suit. Damages will be difficult to calculate, and most likely won't help you, because the problem will continue. Typically, the remedy in a nuisance case is an injunction - a court...Read more »
Tha property is landlocked and is in a bay gall. It was up for auction at the courthouse and we paid the taxes and voided the auction. I kept paying all of the taxes all of these years. Can I get a deed?
Can you be arrested? Apparently so. I think what you really mean to ask is whether they can make the charges stick. I'm changing the category to criminal law. Call a criminal defense lawyer immediately and stop posting anything at all about this incident on the internet.
I have severe erosion under my rear fence which is the subdivision perimeter. The subdivision was developed 20 years ago and done with improper terracing around the sudivision. I built my house in 2005 through a home builder that bought lots within the subdivision. Of course, when we purchased our... Read more »
Sorry, the original developer isn't going to be responsible for something happening 20 years after they finished the development. The HOA may or may not be responsible - review the deed restrictions to determine their authority and responsibilities. It could be that this is something the...Read more »
Sorry, without more details it's impossible to say what actions might be necessary or appropriate. If you're in litigation, you will need an attorney to represent your interests. They can review the order and status of the case and take the appropriate action if the order should not...Read more »
My grandmother had refinanced her home prior to her death. She left 6 children behind and my aunt has been making the payments for a month that she's been deceased. She wants to continue to make the payments to the lender but want to know if later this will be of no use if an heir doesn't... Read more »
Federal law prohibits a lender from foreclosing for six months after the court appoints an executor or administrator. After that, the lender can foreclose. Whether the lender will allow someone to "take over" the loan is really a question of whether that person qualifies for a new loan...Read more »
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