Currently, Zillow.com is accurately showing the transaction amount. How do I hide my home’s actual sale price from zillow and the public?
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To some, the term big four conjures images of caravan parks. But it’s certainly no holiday having a mortgage.
we still owe $19,655.25 on it and are planning on using the same lender to purchase another house in our town. Could someone advise me on what I should do? I would like to go for a short sale, but can’t unless someone makes an offer. Could someone help?
I live in California and our family home is worth approximately $650K. Can I legally sell it to one of my adult children for, say, half that amount? He can only qualify for a mortgage of around $260K, so this would allow him to purchase a first home. And I am willing to lose money in the transaction. I am wondering if the “lost money” might be treated as a gift, and be subject to a gift tax. Or am I free to sell the property at whatever price I want — to whatever person I want? I would especially like to hear from real estate professionals on this one, since I don’t know a good real estate attorney. Thank you.
A home owner is selling a home. The flyer has detail information about the home for sell including pictures and and has an asking which is below the value of home. If I make an offer for the asking price according to the print out, can they raise the asking price? Or are they bound by law to the advertised price even if it’s wrong?