I suggest contacting a local title company or speaking with an attorney for an answer to your question. They will need the street address, parcel number and the parties named on the deed and perhaps a copy of the deed you have in your possession - if not recorded.... more
I agree with Kathy and will add an additional point...It seems you would likely want your home to appear in Arizona Multiple Listing Service thereby making it available for sale to hundreds if not thousands of agents searching for properties for their clients. Agents cannot advertise a property in MLS without an offer of cooperating compensation - "cooperating" to mean I will give you a portion of the commission I have negotiated with the Seller to bring a ready, willing, and able Buyer.
If you have further questions or would like additional information...Contact me.... more
It's always best to consult an attorney for professional advice. Here are my thoughts which is not to be construed as legal advice...The sale of the house will require both of your signatures assuming the two of you are the "orders of record" and both of your names appear on the deed. Can he accept? Yes, but the contract will not be legally binding until both signatures are on the contract.
You mention this is your "ex" friend. I am hoping there is no bad blood between you and you can agree or compromise to and acceptable price and set of terms for the house IF you will not buy out your co-owner's interest.
As a solar inspector we factor the "Value" of the system differently in that we provide a TRUE dollar value for the actual equipment in it's current state and we then project the "Savings" in electricity as evaluated against current tier pricing as outlined by the utility. What most homeowners don't understand (and it's not the homeowners fault; the installation company simply didn't educate the homeowner) is that these systems need maintenance. I'm not talking thousands of dollars worth. I'm saying that with regular cost effective cleaning and maintenance makes a big difference in production and long term energy savings. Homeowners who are looking to sell and or buy solar ready properties are best off if they do their homework. These systems are graded for 20-30 years of service depending on manufacturer and inverter brand. More realtors need to do their homework here and start including solar inspections to those listings that have solar arrays. We've done hundreds of these for realtors all across California and AZ and there are a lot of dollars left on the table for home sellers and a lot of dollars missed out on by new home buyers because they didn't know the status of the solar system.... more
When remodeling my bedrooms I want to take the framing for the closets out then sheetrock,paint and trim out the area. Then I'm going to put in 93" tall wardrobes as I find the hard to access top shelf in the closet and the "tucked away" sides inconvenient. I also think the wardrobe looks better and is more usable and configurable. Would this mean I technically have zero bedrooms?... more
Contact the listing agent to be certain the agreement is fully expired, and if not, when it will be. There are two additional timelines. From what you have written one may not apply, but the second may. Good luck!... more