If you'd like I can pull that for you in the morning and let you know first thing. No obigation. Easy for me and I do it all the time. I'm here to help! firstname.lastname@example.org
Diane Wheatley, Broker
Is a husband and wife not community. If they were married at the time of aquistion than, hmmmm! Tennants in common? As a lender I would make one quit off title but never the other.
If this is a rhetorical question (which is a damn good one) then most (very very) likley community. Otherwise why would someone bring an asset into a marriage and convey interst in title as a tennant in common (its impossible actually). If a divorce were to occour one spoyse will have a 50% interest in the others interest as a commnity (Divorce court regardless of prior contractual (non binding) agreements). Let me know (Alex) what you find out. And yes, get a copy of a premlim or search a RE web info site the offers a chain of title. email@example.com
Connie Snider (626) 253-6392 or Jerry Baker (626) 233-0620