Since the title to a mobile home is similar to that of a car, it would "seem" the answer to your question is yes, a name can be added. But...(an there always is one) is there a lien holder? I don't know if a lien holder changes anything...so here are a couple of phone numbers for you to call:
Motor Vehicle Inquires: 602-255-0072
Non-Motor Vehicle Inquiries: 602-712-7355
Hopefully you're already done since it's been several months.... more
For information about this program and other Down Payment Assistance programs, you need to speak with a lender. There are quite a few and all are slightly different with regard to qualifications - both borrower and property.
If you'd like a referral to an excellent lender, contact me. You can also ask for referrals from family, friends and co-workers, or contact your bank or credit union to get started.
Usually landlords charge pet fees for dogs to cover damages to the exterior - lawns, pats, etc. There is usually larger deposit that covers damages to the interior(if any) - damaged carpet, fleas infestations, etc.
If you are question is if they have the right to do it - yes.... more
A BPO is a "Brokers Price Opinion" on the current value of the home. The value is estimated by the broker based on the location, condition, features and size of home in relation to the recently sold values of homes in the area.
The lender will order an appraisal or a BPO which are different. Yes, a fee to the independent party that provides the services is to be expected.
Your lender will look for a certain equity value before considering dropping the PMI insurance. Each lender has different requirements based on your credit situation and the collateral value of the home.
Jeffrey Masich, Realtor, GRI, MBA
Arizona homes and land for purchase or sale
I have lived in 7 different states before moving to AZ 20+ years ago. I remember in some states we had water restrictions for example not to wash cars on our property etc. It is surprising that living in a desert, we don't have any water usage restriction except for being conscious of not wasting water, and planting native desert style vegetation that use low water and are on drip system mostly in more newer areas of Scottsdale.... more