Either way start the eviction process you may have him out in 30 days.
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Lot's of Quit Claims are meaningless and even scams. A Title Company needs to research it and verify what is real and what is not.
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you have some good answers on here and yes, the best thing to do is to consult with your tax accountant or financial planner if you have one. They can go over the pros and ... more
I would suggest contacting the SF Assessor's office or your title company.
Rich Bennett, Realtor
Zephyr Real Estate
Go to the assesment office of the county or parish the property resides and ask someone there.
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Maybe you are right, Jed. It is different hereâ„¢.