Yes, that profession is called staging a home. And you're right, it does help to sell a home. If a potential buyer can visualize how his/her own furniture might fit into a room, that makes the home much more attractive. Good luck to you!... more
To answer your first question, you will have to have him sign off of the deed either in advance or at closing during a sale. Tracking him down could be the hardest part it seems. A title company is your best bet in doing this. I would call Carl Russell at Breeze Title in Cape Coral. Real smart guy...
Understanding you probably have a few choice words for your mortgage banker and can't get a loan with an open dispute, my only suggestion is to postpone the close of escrow. According to what I've read on the Equifax website, disputes can take 30 to 45 days to be resolved (if done online). If I were you, I'd do a quick calculation of days past and days to come equaling at least 50, and ask the seller to extend until that time. I would also ask your mortgage banker if there are any other loan products that would allow a closing in two weeks under the present circumstances. That's all I got. Best of luck to you!... more
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OK Ill be more specific.. Im buying a new home an upgrade from my original home Ive lived here for 9 years.. now the new morgage co doesnt seem to care and they are writing me up as a primary residance as I indend to homestead there and sell my current home,.. but what happens if I dont sell my current home and end up having to rent it for awhile.. and now my bank finds out I am not homesteaded there.. will they be piss*d ..what if anything can they do.. they cant touch my loan can they? cant force me to modify it to an investor loan can they? what if I refuse.. do they just have to accept it as long as I am making my payments.. What if I never homestead at the new home I am purchasing and keep my homestead here.. but put renters in it.. and live in the new un homesteaded house.. just trying to find out ramifications of all.. intent is to upgrade and sell this one.. but.. what if i cant.. sell.. and forced to keep awhile then what.. both loans stay the same.. can I get into any trouble..the current morgage company knows I have a primary residance and they are giving me a primary loan based that I will homestad there thanks... more