Asked by Tl, Boothwyn, PA • Mon Nov 16, 2009
and in anticipation that the short sale process would take at most 2 months to complete, the owners allowed a pre-settlement move-in free of charge as long as I agreed to pay utilities and maintain the homeowner's insurance policy on the property that I pre-paid. It has now been 3.5 months and we still have not closed. The BPO on the property has just been done, so things are looking like they should be completed within the next month or so. However, the sellers are now asking for rental compensation while I reside in the house until closing. At the same time, I am pouring money into the house on repairs caused by the contracted work done as part of our AOS that wasn't done properly and regular pool and house maintenance. The property is in foreclosure status and recently received a "stay" on the sheriff sales list. Do the seller's have a right to ask me for rental compensation? Do I have a right to negate this rental request due to the fact that I am in fact maintaining the property and k
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