Call one of the title companies to do a search. if you are interested. Maybe the attorney handling the case would share some info?
You can check with the township to see if they will help.
Go online and find out thru court house records if there back taxes.
Also look up recent court cases to see what pops up.... more
Sounds like a real issue. The problem is not taking it off it is finding who put it on the this site. Is there a realty company in the ad? calling them and finding the agent that listed the home would be a good start. They would have been the one to post it on here.
If that does not work customer service or calling someone at Tulia would be the second thing to do.
I can look up your home and see who last listed the property for you and get the agents info to you.
Best of luck!... more
You are desperate!
Your Credit or Finances, or both, will not allow you to go the conventional route:
You need the Seller to help you out!
The Seller will know it, and you are going to pay dearly for this service:
There aren't too many altruistic Sellers out there.
The terms that can be written into a Lease/Option can be dangerous to you:
How long is the Option period?
How much money are you putting in to the Option?
What happens if you are not able to execute the Option?
How do you know what your financial situation will be 2-5 years from now?
How much is the rent in the meantime?
Who will be responsible for maintenance and repair in the meantime?
What will be the Market Value of the home in 2-5 years?
What will be the Selling price 2-5 years from now?
We have a SFH FSBO (will be listing in a couple months on MLS) in Littlestown, beautiful, vintage upgraded capecod - 3BR 2Bath and willing to consider rent to own for a good family. I can understand where you are coming from - God Bless you! I see that your post is a couple of years old but thought I would give it a shot!... more
My husband and I bought a lease option property in Waynesboro some years back and it worked out well for us. We did have a lawyer draw up the contract though, and in our situation the landlord essentially acted as the bank. He held the mortgage for 15 years. During this time, we paid all bills and completed any repairs needed. At the end of it we paid it off and recieved title. I have a friend who had concerns about repairing a property that someone else owns during the contract, and they inserted a stipulation that any repairs over 500 dollars would be split between the owner and themselves, in this way, if a new furnace or roof was needed, they had some help with it. Seems to be working out ok for them. I understand what all of the real estate professionals are saying, however I want to point out that they do not usually make money on such arrangements which are often made just between two parties, so have other reasons for not supporting them.... more
I can look into this for you. I am sure it maybe a bit more then $600 a month. Are you familiar with To rent to own process? If so you realize that the owner of the property is going to need to cover his mortgage payment. Plus you will need to pay rent plus some to wards ownership each month. Also you may be required to place a sum of money in escrow for repairs and or damage. Please cll or e mail me and we can go into more detail. Thanks Sharon Harris 717 465 0661... more