I'm a real estate investor and I want to know if in New
I'm a real estate investor and I want to know if in New Jersey they aren't any laws against lease purchase agreements. I'm currently pursuing an investment and this will be my first time using a lease option agreement. I want to know if it's legal to do lease options and if the Frank-Dodd act stops me from doing so.
I am lease purchasing a home and land in louisiana and the
i am lease purchasing a home and land in louisiana and the insurance is in the owes name and you know we just had the flood...he wants to do all the repairs himself instead of getting licensed contractors can i stop him from doing this i pay the home insurance too
What are these two agreements holding me accountable for? I
What are these two agreements holding me accountable for?I want to know I'm not doing something stupid by signing them and that I can truly cancel at anytime without any penalty etc... Can you advise please?(attachment to come)Kenny(###) ###-####cell/text
I lease/purchased a rural farm to a lady. We signed a
I lease/purchased a rural farm to a lady. We signed a contract for the 1st year, but she has now lived there 4 1/2 years. She was gonna purchase it, but has run into financial difficulty & is gonna move.During this time, she paid for & built an unattached two car garage, paved the driveway into a circular driveway, & placed piers under the foundation which it needed.We chatted about this, but i never gave her permission, either in writing or verbally. She thought she was increasing the value & upon re-appraisal it would show as increased value, hence becoming part of her down payment.Now she has given notice. Has not asked about the improvements.Am i under any obligation to her financially for these improvements?Thanks...Charles
I live in State. I have a renter in a house I own who wants
I live in Washington State. I have a renter in a house I own who wants to buy it. He doesn't have enough for a down payment. At present I have $30 to $50 of equity in the home but it needs some work to be inspection worthy. Is there some way that my renter can do the work necessary and have his work credited as "sweat equity" towards the down payment?