My brother is renting to own an older home in Indiana. There
My brother is renting to own an older home in Indiana. There have been major issues with plumbing and heating. The landlord paid for the first issue which was plumbing, but now refuses to pay for massive roof leaks that have just happened. My brothers contract says they are responsible for all repairs, but I read that under Indiana law that a landlord is still responsible for the home to be habitable, even in rent to own scenarios. Does my brother have a case against his landlord?
What does tenant shall not assign, sub-let or license any
What does tenant shall not assign, sub-let or license any part of the premise mean? I am renting to own a trailer but can I let my son & his family live in it if I pay the rent?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the property is in?Customer: MississippiJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I have made some repairs that one (of 3) landlords verbally agreed to let me do if I paid for them. No one has moved in yet. Second month's rent to own payment is coming up on the 15th. Just heard today that they are "concerned" that I am not living in it (yet). Can I legally let someone else other than me move in?JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Real Estate Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
If my parents are in a nursing home can I sell their
If my parents are in a nursing home can I sell their property that has a mobile home that is dilapidated and I have durable power of attorney will I be able to sell and put the money to Ward funeral expenses for them and they're nursing home they also have Medicaid to help pay their expenses at the at the nursing home
I have 3 acres and house valued at 350,000. I have 63,000
I have 3 acres and house valued at 350,000. I have 63,000 mortgage on it yet. I have a buyer who doesn't have the 100,000 I am asking for a down payment. I am willing to do a rent to own contract with them. I will be living in a motorhome on the property for a minimum of 3 years. My question is would the rent be applied to down payment, who is responsible for the upkeep and repairs during this time, and how do I go about making a contract to protect me and them? I am a single woman with no retirement but the value of my property.What type of attorney do I look for? What will I expect to pay for this?
I saw an online guru say you can find home sellers buyers
Hi, I saw an online guru say you can find home sellers buyers who have bad credit or no down payment and negotiate a lease option fee where they could buy the property after some time with you collecting a fee. Is that legal or even doable?Thanks in advanceDevin
I have created a contract to buy 12+ acres of undeveloped
I have created a contract to buy 12+ acres of undeveloped land in TX from my mother in law. Once this Contract for Deed is executed, (she is self financing), what are the steps I need to follow with the state to make this legally binding and recorded properly with the state?Scott
According to the Apartment Owners Association, a resident
according to the Apartment Owners Association, a resident manager of an apartment building has to have a signed employment agreement, they are employees not contractors, and cannot pay above a certain amount of rent.I own two duplexes on a street that has 20 buildings, mostly duplexes and one 3plex, with all buildings owned by 6 owners. There is a filed maintenance agreement with the county that stipulates that all owners will split common costs like our two water wells, the streetlights and sewer and main road repairs. the agreement states it runs with the land, so all (new) owners have to abide by it or change it with 51% of the owners agreeing to do that.There is a couple who have lived there for more than 20 years and "manage" the properties, taking rent to the bank for some owners but not all, making sure the wells stay in good repair, etc. It says in our maintenance agreement the "manager" is to receive no compensation unless we as owners change that. we do reimburse the managers for any expenses they incur.and since I purchased the duplexes in fall 2014 I've paid a small part of these managers' rent. paying part of their rent is written down nowhere.now, we are writing an "employment agreement" for these two managers. Do these 20 separate buildings qualify as an apartment building, so that we can follow the laws pertaining to apartment resident managers??Thanks, ***** ***** Maxwell