Stefanie, There is 2 options for you. 12 month bank statement program and the 1 yr tax return program which are designed specifically for self employed borrowers to achieve their home financing goals.
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What a knowledgeable group! Erie's airport is now a municipal airport. If anyone knows if that distinction can mean anything for the flying public or those who love nearby, I think that would be a helpful update.... more
Courtney, I know you asked this question a while ago but figured I'd throw in my two cents.
Erie definitely has settling, though if you've been looking at houses you might notice that every neighborhood has its own aging process. This has to do with the mitigation that builders did during construction. Some areas, like Meadow Sweet Farm and Country Meadows, are really minimal overall. You'll see it primarily in walkways and driveways. Just east of those subdivisions there is significantly more settling.
As far as the house you're interested in, your agent should be able to direct you to a certified inspector who can provide you with an objective report on the house's condition. No need to run...yet!... more
Yes. Owners can sell a leased house. But, as others have pointed out, the lease remains in effect unless there is a provision allowing termination, as appears to be the case here. However, only a lawyer can advise you about exactly what is legal and about the specific "hidden" provision in your lease. As a general rule, I would suggest that the owner should have pointed out the 60-day termination notice when you signed the document. It would have been a simple courtesy. However, you also should have read the entire lease yourself. Unfortunately we are today presented with too many legal documents to sign, click on, or otherwise accept. We often fail to read even the most important ones. I've even talked to owners who did not know what was in their leases because they used a pre-printed form that they did not bother to read and understand.
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