A survey only shows where the deeded property lines are. The thing about Adverse Possession is that is pertains to property that is outside of the lines, and that's why we have a problem. And before you take advice from anybody about how you can negotiate this to your satisfaction, you'd better talk to somebody who will defend that advice in court, and that means, an attorney.
This is so worth spending money with an attorney over.One of the features of "Adverse Possession" is that it is Open and Notorious. You knew that I was treating your property as mine, and you never said anything, so you kinda acted as if it were mine all along.Take the pins back for a refund, and talk to real bona fide professionals.All the best,
Like an employment agency - we'll market your home, we just won't dress it for you.
Yeah, no, Don't let your hopes of a windfall blind you to the obvious - they haven't seen your home, you don't know who they are, and real buyers don't behave this way,.My response would be: Thank you for your interest. Please feel free to write up an offer subject to inspection, and please provide proof of funds from a verifiable source.All the best,
Better dressed than many of my clients . . .
OI course you will, you are the target market for rent-to-own, especially if you have some cash.
If you want to enjoy living in your home, buy yourself some nice flooring. It is probably not going to make a big difference when you go to sell your home, and it may be an improvement.
And, Sunnyview, I'm aware that daytime TV is filled with reality shows featuring dysfunctional families, but a lot of people get along well with their families . . .
Don't plan to eat Christmas dinner with these folks, either.
Short and sweet, HDA.rn mita, if the seller's can't pay off the federal tax lien from the proceeds of the sale, then basically they're in a short-sale situation, and as High Desert Agent says, you can either make up the difference or walk away a little lighter in the wallet.All the best,