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Sat Aug 1, 2015
Drew Hensel answered:
Not an automatic "deal breaker" but it most likely will be. Do you have a repayment plan in place? I would still reach out to a lender to see what their further recommendations are.
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
Dan Tabit answered:
Brus,
Property ownership is public information. You can look it up at the county website. I've attached a link for your convenience.
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Fri Dec 9, 2011
James Deskins answered:
Not sure exactly what you are asking. On a residential property the value of the house is assessed and the value of the the land is assessed. This value, the county's assessment, can be higher, or lower, than the "market" value of a home. Taxes are computed on the county's assessment of value for the home. ... more
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Mon Jun 8, 2009
Bob McClure answered:
good morning....the option to buy and even a purchase agreeement can be recorded against public record on the home at the local register of deeds...you can go there, or have a title company in your area pull public records and see who the option is in favor of.......it should have the contact info on it....also, it will have the legal owner of the property that you can also contact to position yourselves in first right of refusal....in which case...if the option cannot be exercised for any reason by the individual(s) named in it, you are next in line to purchase it.....laslty.if you find out who the option is naming to purchase it.you can also contact them to see if the option is assignable to you..the deed holder may have to be consulted.......i hope that helps.bob mcclure- success mortgage partners- plymouth, michugan... ... more
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Tue Mar 17, 2009
C clark answered:
Have you or your realtor looked on the clerk of courts website to find out if the property already has a foreclosure notice on it, and if so, if it is scheduled for the sheriff's auction? If you are not receiving good communication from the list agent, I would suggest doing this research yourselves to gain some insight before proceeding with other options. ... more
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Fri Jan 2, 2009
C clark answered:
Here's the website for the new home build that you were previously inquiring about:

http://www.khov.com/Home/OH/CWOH/_properties_auth.htm?ref=HPC

They have a checklist with some information about buying a lot. There are many costs associated with building on your own land and it is important to find out which costs are built into the price(permits for water, electric, etc). It depends on where you build, but you generally speaking for the canal winchester area, you will be looking at about $40,000-50,000 for a lot(depends on lot size, etc and could be much more). ... more
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