devine Debbie own in 2011
Best of luck.
Tierra Antigua Realty
The insurance is paid by the Seller up to the day the closing takes place. It's unfortunate that these delays happen, but that is how it's pro-rated on every closing. Because of your situation, I would highly recommend legal advice from a Real Estate Attorney
If the state wants to make that a condition of the sale they have every right to do so unless otherwise stated. Your best bet is to consult with a Realtor or a Real Estate Attorney.
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Keller Williams Realty | 360 Lending Group
However whoever owns the property NO MATTER what is responsible to the city/ county that the taxes are paid . They legally own the property till the title is transferred to another person.
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The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
Best of luck to you
Unless there is something in the contract spelling it out otherwise, the Owner of Record is responsible for the taxes.
My name is Jeff Riley. I have a property tax consulting firm as well as a RE/MAX franchise. I would be happy to discuss any property tax concerns with you, as well as see if this property may qualify for a 25.25 (C) or (D) correction for the 2010 tax year. If the property went into the Estate in 2010 and the owner was alive as of 1/1/2010, there are some exemptions that should be verified as well as common clerical errors that are made on part of the appraisal district. I would be happy to review the tax account status as well as a review of your current contract versus market value to determine what your tax liability is.
Without seeing your contract and how things were agreed to (who pays what), who knows? As other agents have mentioned, you might want to seek legal counsel on this questions.
Bernstein Reatly, Inc.
Seller pays up to closing date and buyer will pick up after that.
There can be debits and credits depending on when the taxes are paid and by whom.
This will be calculated and resolved by the title company.
This holds true unless there is some other agreement in your contract.
You, your realtor, or your attorney, will need to look back to the contract to see what was agreed to by both parties.