I am the seller in a transaction that was originally
I am the seller in a transaction that was originally scheduled to close on 1 September but was delayed, via addendum, until 23 September. The buyer closed on or about 16 September but I just signed on 27 September due to multiple (five) incorrect HUD statements submitted by the title company. I signed and sent a cashier's check to cover the amount owed but was just contacted today and told that I owe an additional $2k. 1) Given we are beyond the addendum end date, am I liable for this $2k? 2) will the title company have to return my $5.5k that I sent via cashier's check?
I am trying to get an emotional support animal and my
I am trying to get an emotional support animal and my landlord is willing to accommodate the rules since he has a no dog policy. The thing is he is asking for a 4K security deposit and to see the paper work on the dog. I don't think that is legal
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Two part question: 1) Is a seller that is requesting money
Two part question:1) Is a seller that is requesting money outside of closing illegal? I was told, 'I'll hold this sale up' if I don't get $2k.2) Can his real estate agent cancel the contract on the grounds he is trying to do this?Long story short, he told me he had the short sale approved, I offered $130k. He apparently was paying $110k (no big deal). Bank came back and said, '$150k or counter', he hasn't countered in a month. His contract says 'until bank approval', but the bank did not approve his price.After knowing he is trying to (what word would I even use here - blackmail, coerce) into paying him for him to sign the release papers, can she cancel the deal for any legal reason?This person doesn't have the wherewithall to fight a case against him for acting in bad faith, which is something I would do out of spite even if I didn't close on the house... so what are my options here?
Is it better to file suit for eviction in Magistrate or
Is it better to file suit for eviction in Magistrate or District Court in New Mexico? I'd like to know the advantages/disadvantages for each? We may be self-representing. It's NOT for non-payment of rent but for violation of Uniform Owner-Resident Relations Act[Section 47-8-33 NMSA 1978] (he got arrested for assault with a deadly weapon on the premises) and 2nd violation of N.M. Stat. Ann. § 30-20-12. Use of telephone to terrify, intimidate, threaten, harass, annoy or offend; penalty. We will be subpoenaing witnesses (HUD rep, T or C Housing employee that went with HUD rep and owner's sister upon 1st violation, sister of owner who received threatening phone calls from Tenant when he saw the posting for the first violation, victim of the assault with deadly weapon charge, person who posted 7-day notices on door this time etc.). Thank you.
Florida HOA. Wasn't there a HUD ruling that turning down
Florida HOA. Wasn't there a HUD ruling that turning down people with misdemeanors or felonies could now be considered a discriminatory act? I just got a call about a woman who was turned down for a rental in my HOA.
I purchased a duplex last October which is part of a 2-unit
I purchased a duplex last October which is part of a 2-unit HOA. The former owner of my duplex was the president of this HOA when he owned the property. Upon sale (and to this day), he has not turned over any of the HOA official documents, bank account or agency of record with the state. How do we get him to transfer them? It is my assumption that this should have been done upon sale.
I have a question about a subordinate mortgage with HUD, IL,
HelloJA: Hello. How can we help?Customer: I have a question about a subordinate mortgage with HUDJA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: ILJA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: Yes. My question is, I sold the house, but have not heard anything from HUD about paying the sub mortgageJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no