My husband and I put an cash offer in on a foreclosure. The
My husband and I put an cash offer in on a foreclosure. The bank accepted someone else's financed offer. Seventeen days have passed and they have now asked for an extension because they are having difficulty obtaining title insurance. The bank has not yet granted their request of ran extension. The property has an easement issue. There are two houses which share a driveway. At the end of the driveway there is a carport which is on both properties. I would like to know our chances of getting the house given that we are the back up offer (cash) and where I should go to read about title insurance and easements in particular. Thank you in advance for your help!
Citibank is trying to repossess my property, Ive applied to
Citibank is trying to repossess my property, I've applied to refinance several times to no avail. At summary judgement, they produced a document that they traced over my signature with blue ink, but the judge wouldn't consider it and we lost. I also have an allodial title to the property, but don't know how to procede. What to do next?
We have an electrical pole (Coop states they own) in our
We have an electrical pole (Coop states they own) in our driveway that feeds 3 other neighbors. There is no easement and nothing filed with the county. We live in Birney, Montana very rural. What can we do? We have owned since 2002.
My husband is 61 and I'm 66. We have great credit and would
My husband is 61 and I'm 66. We have great credit and would like to refinance our house at 30 years and a lower rate. Do you think we can find someone to refinance our 1953 home for 30 yrs at this age. We are both retired and our combined income is 80k but will go to 120 in April when my husband is 62 (he will receive a 2nd retirement from the Railroad).
My girlfriend and I live in Hercules CA. We have lived
My girlfriend and I live in Hercules CA. We have lived together in a home we rent for almost a year but our relationship is on the rocks. I pay half the rent and she has a son (adult) who lives with us and doesn't pay any rent. The landlord happens to be her relative, a cousin. If we break up what rights do I have to stay in the house as I do not have a desire or a plan to go anywhere else?
Are California HOA fees subject to California debt statue of
Are California HOA fees subject to California debt statue of limitation (4 years written contract) and does the statue start at the first missed payment or does each assessement start a new statute date? Does Federal collection law supersede HOA CC&R's.