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Thu Oct 6, 2016
Angelica P answered:

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Tue Aug 16, 2016
Brittny Charles answered:
Have you had any luck? I'm willing and ready to work with you!
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Fri Jul 8, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
They can but it is in everyone's best interest to get an attorney involved before you go adding people to the title to establish a contingency for what happens if end up splitting up. No one wants to think this will happen but if you do without the benefit of the laws surrounding marriage and divorce, you're in for a big, messy situation. It's not fair to either of you not to establish a plan for it. ... more
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Sun Dec 6, 2015
Susie Kay answered:
Have you found your home? If not then I would suggest that you work with a local realtor to assist you.
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Wed Sep 16, 2015
USMortgageRanger answered:
Hi Dgbernal,

The good path is that HOA is not in a first lien position and cannot take possession of your home as they did not lend any money to purchase the home. What they will do is place a lien on the home and it will affect your credit. You can sell the home and clear the lien. It is also best to ask an Attorney for legal advise when it comes to the redemption period. ... more
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Generally Escrow will run the math on all the various charges, payoffs and fees associated with your sale. They will provide a complete breakdown of each cost and credit and have you sign it. You should be responsible for the taxes through the day your sale closes and the buyer for the next day forward. It could be different in MN than in my state, so your agent and or Escrow closer will have the most reliable answer for you. ... more
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Wed Mar 26, 2014
Amanda Nicodemus answered:
I'll be happy to assist you in finding a home within your criteria. You may contact me at the number listed on my profile.

Before starting your home search, it's important to be pre-approved for a mortgage loan. That way when you find the right home, you'll be ready to submit a solid offer. ... more
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Don Groff answered:
If your buyer agrees to buy the home without negotiating the price with you they will be required to bring the difference as their loan is based on the lower of the purchase price or the appraised value.

Your buyer can get out of the contract or attempt to negotiate the price with you after a lower appraisal as that is a typical part of the contract. This is a conversation you will or should be having with your listing agent.

Hope this helps.

Don Groff | REALTORĀ® & Mortgage Broker
Austin Real Estate Pros & 360 Lending Group
o 512.669.5599 | m 512.633.4157 |
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Thu Jan 9, 2014
Darryl Hill answered:
Bank will accept the money, they'll cash your checks. Not sure how this contributes to your objective of owning a home. Give me a call for more insight on how I can help.
Darryl Hill - realtor
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Wed Dec 18, 2013
Dorothy Wanko answered:
Typically, Insurance will be pro rated and the balance applied to a new house. A couple of weeks will take you out of 2013 and you won't receive money back on taxes.

At the closing table the HUD1will have a portion of taxes owed by you (which the buyer receives a credit for) and the balance will be the new owners. Which means in December 2014. The new owner is responsible for all taxes due.

Escrows are returned usually 6 to 8 weeks after closing be sure the bank has your new address

Best of luck.
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Sat May 5, 2012
Chaundra Perry answered:
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Wed Oct 12, 2011
Ann Eschenfelder answered:
Trick or treat night is typically Halloween evening, but if your neighborhood is doing something different, they will usually post signs to let everyone know. Asking your neighbors or HOA would be the best way to find out. Hope this helps! ... more
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