1. Live rent free with relatives
2. Sell your car and take public trans
3. Cancel cable TV
4. Get a second job
5. Eat a home and pack your lunch
6. Get roomates if you don't have them
7. Get a cash gift for the down payment from relatives.... more
I have encountered in some of my prospective short sale clients, that the burden of taking care of the property falls on the shoulders of criminal's relatives. Hopefully, the criminal had a power of attorney person assigned prior to departure to serve his/her sentence.
If the property is not paid for, or not taken care of, it might be fined by the city/county, tax liens/certificates can be issued, and the property can be foreclosed upon
by the bank (if the property is mortgaged) or a condo association (if the property's maintenance fees are not paid to the condo association).
Hope this helps,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
That is hard to say. There is probably an easement for the power lines so the county can put the power lines where they need to be regardless of who is receiving the power. I would contact your electric company with your questions or concerns. They are the ones who would be responsible for what you are looking them to do.
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