I have a potential renter who wants to buy my home thru rent to own
i am on deeds to parents house can they or any of my siblings get me off deeds or sell property without my signature.
I work for a contracting company and recently we changed the roof on a house that was damaged by a storm. The insurance company sent a check to pay for the work done on the roof. The check was drawn out to the owner of the house and the mortgage company, the owner told the mortgage company to keep the money from the insurance settlement to pay for his past mortgage payments and now the owner has not paid us (the contractor) and the mortgage company refuses to hand over the proceeds to us (the contractor), when the roof has been completely repaired. Is this legal?
I have owned the property for 25 yrs
I am interested in obtaining a mortgage broker license and would like to start a business from home. I would like to find someone who can teach me the business or find out how I can learn the business, so that I don’t have to work for a mortgage company.
I am planning to bye a flat , unfortunately I cant go for registration .I am planning to give general power of attorney to mom in law. Sha cansell the property in future without my knowledge/
It recent came to our attention that certain family members are in the process of selling land without our knowledge. We were told that the individual planning buying the land, could get an injunction to purchase the land, without our agreement. Is this true? They already obtained one signature from someone in the nursing home. We are not sure if that person actually signed.
I am looking into purchasing some houses for rental opportunities in other states. I am wondering would it be feasible to purchase, rent, and maintain a house while never seeing the property? Do alot of people do this, and is it a good idea?
I am planning to sell my extra house, for which I am paying a mortgage (15 more years to go). The mortgage rate is really low. Can I sell the house without paying off the mortgage (i.e. can I take the mortgage as a low-interest loan), e.g. for a few years (my investment return should be much higher than the mortgage interest rate)? Is this an option that I can negotiate with my lender?