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We did not extend closing date because sellers agent did not
We did not extend closing date because sellers agent did not have a short sale extension approval. Agent said the seller would extend if lender could provide a "clear to close" by 5:00 pm July 15th. Lender said the underwriter could not provide a "clear to close" without proof of short sale extension, but stated as soon as we received short sale approval, buyer could close. Agent is related to seller.
I am selling some undeveloped property to a private party.
I am selling some undeveloped property to a private party. He wants be to sign the and notarize a grant deed, send it to him and he will deal with the recorded deed and then send me the amount we agreed upon. Since there is no escrow company to hold the money until closing, what assurance do I have that he will pay me once I have transferred the land to him?
I have a condo unit that I want to sell and a willing buyer
i have a condo unit that I want to sell and a willing buyer BUT there is a messy problem with the lien placed by the COA, that's been in dispute for a number of years. i am willing to pay off the lien to clear title for the purchase and they are willing to file a Release of Lien in return. I have had so many hassles with the condo association in the past, i want my payment of the lien, the removal of the lien in it's entirety from the records, the completion of the agreement of sale and transfer of title to occur in one escrow process. is this possible in the State of Washington?
My husband and I refinanced our home in 2014. Loan Terms:
My husband and I refinanced our home in 2014. Loan Terms: "Even if you make payments on time can your monthly amount owed, for principal, interest and mortgage insurance rise? No." Nationstar raised our monthly payment by $300/month because of an escrow shortfall. We now have to sell our house because we simply cannot afford it any longer. What are our rights?
I have a prenup that states at time of separation, I get 60%
I have a prenup that states at time of separation, I get 60% of marital property. My wife moved out and I then took 60% of what was in the heloc out. She is challenging a contract saying she was forced to sign it or I would not retun the funds to allow her to refinance. I ended up in the agreement giving her the money to refi in return for getting a payment out of a rental property (whihc did sell and money is held in escrow due to this claim). What is her rights and mine towards one to take my portion of heloc funds out and for her to claim contract is enforecable cause I "forced" her?
I've fallen behind on NJ property taxes and mortgageView more real estate law questions
I've fallen behind on NJ property taxes and mortgage payments now due to new escrow account per bank which is $4000 higher per month than the mortgage payment I've had for the last 14 years. Need advice on my next step