In January of this year I attended a Bay East Association of RealtorsÂ® "Housing Opportunities" round table event concentrating on Credit Repair and counseling.
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The PAA has to be signed by ALL parties for it to be in effect. If you didn't sign it and you are the legal owner, they are trespassing and you can evict them. You mig ... more
And you are a C0-Owner., but you don't pay the Mortgage.
And you want to buy your own house?
This is silly:
Have you considered talking to ... more
If the home has already been sold at a foreclosure sale, the bank's representative or new owner(s) will be contacting you shortly possibly with an offer of cash to completely v ... more
Better consult with an attorney.
If that guy is legally separated but not divorced, there are all kinds of situations that may not bode well for you, especially in a ... more
Thanks for your question. The answer is: It depends. You need to ask the lender that is doing the loan for you. Some lenders allow a spouse to be added to the deed title ... more
I don't see any current or past MLS listing for that house ever being for sale. Why did you think it was for sale? I see a non arms length transfer that occurred in Dece ... more
You should have a signed purchase offer from the seller prior to the seller submitting the offer to the short sale lender for approval. The short sale lender does not sign the ... more