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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?
My lender marked my loan as primary occupancy on accident
My lender marked my loan as primary occupancy on accident when they knew it was an investment property. The new property is 15 minutes from my current one. Do I get to keep the lower rate due to their mistake? What is my recourse? Can I have them fix this and make them pay to buy down my rate to what I locked?
I live with a husband/owner and wife non-owner of a house in
I live with a husband/owner and wife non-owner of a house in a shared dwelling. I realise as the wife, she is entitled to half even if she is not on deed. Husband wants me to stay (I am at-will tenant, paying rent) wife wants me to go (claiming criminal activity) and wife filed for summary ejectment (NC) This entire disagreement arose over an argument over housework that escalated with wife eventually giving husband ultimatum (me or her to leave) What could happen at hearing? Doesn't husband have any rights - on deed, only one to pay mortgage etc.
We have the following problem: We were purchasing the houseView more real estate law questions
We have the following problem:We were purchasing the house in Texas. Unfortunately the documents to obtain the mortgage loan were filed later by our lender then the due date in our purchase agreement. So the loan approval was to be delayed. We created and signed an Addendum to the purchase agreement that if we will not obtain a loan approval within a week, the agreement will be canceled. The week passed by, we didn't get the approval, so the agreement was supposed to be cancelled.We signed prepared by our agent release of the earnest deposit of $5K form; however the sellers & their agent refused to sign the release of our earnest deposit.They are motivating that this cancelation has been extremely inconvenient for them since they'll have to get the house back to market, furniture was sold, etc. By the way, they already purchased another house in another state and their house in Texas was 103 days on the market before we offered for it.Again, the Addendum to our purchase agreement is extremely clear that the loan approval should be obtained by certain date. If not, the agreement is cancelled. Moreover, our lender informed us that our loan was declined all together.The sellers' agent is been extremely difficult & harassing to our lender and our agent – screaming & throwing tantrums ….Please advise what needs to be done to get the sellers and this agent sign the release so we could get our earnest deposit back.Thanks.