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If you plan to finance the home, the lender may require this type of action. If you are purchasing cash you will likely be able to purchase the home, but may encounter problems when you go to sell it.
The fact that your husband is not a resident may add complexity to the situation. I would discuss your situation with a Real Estate attorney to may sure that you are fully protected. It will be worth a few hundred dollars to obtain the proper legal advice.
I highly recommend you call my REAL ESTATE LAWYER.
Or email him:
Hope this helps.
Terry S. Smith
Arizona Resident for 47 Years
Rain Dance Realty
As good of advice as we can give, we shouldn't be giving you legal advice. Please be sure to speak to an attorney to be sure to protect yourself. See what the attorney has to say about you purchasing the home in an LLC or Trust and how it pertains to your situation specifically including what laws you may face in Australia...
If you could get in touch with him it would make it a whole lot simpler to have him sign a disclaimer deed which has to be notorized.
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Wishing you the best,
Ron and Brenda Cunningham
West USA Realty
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